Post-traumatic urethrocutaneous fistula with pelvic fracture in a boy: A case report and literature review


Charu Tiwari, Hemanshi Shah, Jayesh Desale, Deepa Makhija

Traumatic genitourinary injuries especially urethral injuries are rare in children. Most of these injuries occur in conjunction with a pelvic fracture after blunt trauma. These injuries call for an immediate diagnosis and appropriate management. Good results have been reported after delayed repair. However, urethral stricture, incontinence and erectile dysfunction are the known complications. We report a traumatic urethral injury causing urethrocutaneous fistula in a seven year boy.


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