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Journal of Case Reports
Extraperitoneal Urinary Bladder Rupture without Pelvic Fracture
Amiraj Singh, Satish Dalal, Anoop Yadav, Sethu Raman 
Department of Surgery, Pt. B. D. Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana, India.
Corresponding Author:
Dr. Amiraj Singh
Email id: amirajsingh92@gmail.com
Received: 07-JAN-2020 Accepted: 24-APR-2020 Published Online: 30-MAY-2020
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17659/01.2020.0029
Background: The extra-peritoneal bladder rupture without a pelvic fracture is uncommon and rarely reported. Case Report: A 9 years old male child presented with pain abdomen and an external wound over inguinal region secondary to abdominal trauma by the bicycle handle. Patient was having stable vitals and urine was seeping out of external wound. Ultrasound showed a small rent in urinary bladder and CECT findings were conclusive of extra-peritoneal bladder rupture with no pelvic girdle disruption. Patient was managed by conservative treatment with bladder drainage by Foley’s catheter. Conclusion: The case is being reported to highlight the fact that bladder injury in children can be caused by trivial trauma.
Keywords : Abdominal Injuries, Drainage, Pain, Pelvic Bone, Rupture, Urinary Bladder Diseases.
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