Surgical Reconstruction of the Urinary Sphincter after Traumatic Longitudinal Disruption
Severe extravasation of contrast solution into the soft tissues is shown (white arrows), yet demonstrating an intact bladder. In the presence of a longitudinal urethral injury contrast solution runs freely into the surrounding soft tissues. The bladder is “pushed up” by a large pelvic haematoma.
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