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Unique paraphilic event: a Kenyan case report

P Musau, W Kimani, V Cheboiwo, R.C. Sinei

Abstract


Paraphilia is considered any sexual expression not in conformity with societal norms. Society defines what is deviant and this may vary from regions and even change with time. The topic on paraphilias has remained controversial with an increasingly liberal approach to definition and common views. We share a strikingly unique case of a 23-year-old male who presented to our Urology Clinic as a referral thought to have multiple bladder stones on imaging. Surgery revealed a 105cm electric cord used for sexual pleasure and coiled in the bladder to resemble bladder stones. A review of literature and how it relates to this case is discussed.



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