alexa Female Urethral Injuries

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Female Urethral Injuries

Injury to female urethra due to pelvic fracture is less common than that for similar injuries in males (0-6% vs 10% in males), likely as the result of greater mobility, relatively protected and shorter length of the urethra in females. Case records of females presenting with traumatic urethral injury as a consequence of a pelvic fracture during the period April 2000 to Dec 2010 were retrospectively reviewed. Age, clinical presentation, associated injuries, initial management, delayed management, complications and outcome were noted.

Citation: Nerli RB, Jali SM, Hiremath MB (2012) Female Urethral Injuries Associated with Pelvic Fractures. J Trauma Treatment 1:126.

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