Extraperitoneal bladder rupture secondary to rectal impalement.

Abstract

Impalement injury to both the urinary bladder and the rectum is a rare occurrence. A 45-year-old man was referred to our hospital because he had been stabbed through the internal femoral skin by a steel bar. Retrograde cystography and computed tomography failed to demonstrate bladder rupture. We carried out cystoscopy (CS) because of the existence of gross… (More)

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