urethral injury

urethral injury

Traumatic injury of bladder & urethra, see there.
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Retrograde urethrogram or urethroscopy are reserved when concomitant urethral injury is suspected, usually when hematuria is present.
The process basically lifts the vaginal skin away from the urethra itself, not only creating hemostasis but also providing a zone of safety to help avoid a urethral injury.
14) In that case, the heterotopic penile ossification was attributed to a blunt urethral injury sustained during intercourse.
The FDA Staff Report also noted the high rates of adverse events associated with Ablatherm, including erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence, clinically significant rates of stricture, urethral injury and bowel injury, which the Company had not properly presented in a clinically meaningful way.
Finally, late complications can be seen related to urethral injury.
10) reported only one case of full-blown transurethral resection syndrome, which occurred presumably because of absorption of sterile water through the urethral injury induced during insertion of the laser cystoscope.
The currently established protocol advocates retrograde urethrography as the initial step, with Foley catheter placement at the presence of urethral injury.
Complications that occurred in one patient each included a retained nasogastric tube, coagulopathy, pulmonary embolism, anastomotic leak, urethral injury, and a Peterson hernia.
During implantation, care was taken to "stay outside" the bulbous urethral muscle complex in order to avoid urethral injury and prevent erosion.
Conventional urethral access sheaths rely on inserting a large sheath using shear force, which can be difficult, and in some cases, creating the potential for urethral injury.
Kashefi and colleagues reported a minor urethral injury incidence rate of 0.