A case with spontaneous bladder rupture mimicking acute kidney injury.

@article{Horino2009ACW,
  title={A case with spontaneous bladder rupture mimicking acute kidney injury.},
  author={Taro Horino and Mitsuyo Okazaki and Hirofumi Nishikawa and Tetsuya Takao and Yayoi Taniguchi and Taku Morita and Yoshio Terada},
  journal={Clinical nephrology},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 5},
  pages={391-3}
}
A 77-year-old female with abdominal pain and ascites was admitted to our hospital. She had a past history of the postoperative pelvic irradiation for uterine cancer and subsequently suffered from neurogenic bladder. On admission, serum creatinine (s-Cr) and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) were elevated to 9.9 mg/dl and 131 mg/dl, respectively. However, both the ratio of BUN/s-Cr and creatinine in ascites/s-Cr were significantly elevated. The clinical manifestations of the present case were not… CONTINUE READING