obstructive anuria

obstructive anuria

Etymology: L, obstruere, to build against; Gk, a + ouron, without urine
an almost complete absence of urination caused by blockage of the urinary tract. See also obstructive uropathy.
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We report a case of a rapidly expanding RSH causing obstructive anuria and hydronephrosis in addition to a review of literature on this rare presentation of RSH.
The rapid progression to obstructive anuria and hydronephrosis in the cases discussed here demonstrates the importance of recognizing RSH and its severity and to manage it appropriately.
Rectus sheath hematoma though routinely benign, may present with severe complications such as hemorrhagic shock or obstructive anuria in occasional cases.