Spontaneous rupture of the kidney.


Two cases of spontaneous rupture of the kidney have been presented where no underlying disease process could be identified. In one, evacuation and drainage of the haematoma alone affected a cure. It is suggested that operation is practically always necessary to solve the clinical problem. The proper treatment seems to be nephrectomy or evacuation and… (More)


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@article{Nissen1976SpontaneousRO, title={Spontaneous rupture of the kidney.}, author={H. Melchior Nissen and N G Kjar}, journal={Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology}, year={1976}, volume={10 2}, pages={173-6} }