A Rare Case Of Bk Virus Non-hemorrhagic Cystitis Following Lung Transplant
Urology Case Reports
BK virus cystitis is known to occur following hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT), but few cases exist in the literature following lung transplant. Because of the rarity of this presentation, patients may have missed diagnoses and prescribed ineffective treatments. We present our case of an atypical presentation of BK virus cystitis appearing as bladder carcinoma in situ in a lung transplant patient.
David, Justin; Baird, Bryce A.; Nassar, Aziza; Geldmaker, Laura; and Broderick, Gregory A., "A Rare Case Of Bk Virus Non-hemorrhagic Cystitis Following Lung Transplant" (2022). School of Medicine Faculty Publications. 533.