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A kidney contusion, often called a kidney bruise, occurs following blunt trauma or direct impact to the lower back. This trauma leads to bleeding inside of the kidney. It may also cause pain, tenderness , and discoloration of the skin. Your back muscles and rib cage protect your kidneys. If a kidney becomes injured, you may also have injured other muscles and bones.
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The urethra is the tube that carries urine from the bladder outside the body. In men, the urethra runs through the middle of the penis. Most urethral injuries occur in men. Common causes include pelvic fractures and straddle injuries to the perineum. The perineum is the area between the anus and the scrotum or in women between the anus and vulva. The urethra can also be injured unintentionally during surgical procedures done directly on the urethra or during procedures in which instruments are passed into the urethra, such as bladder catheterization or cystoscopy passing a flexible viewing tube through the urethra into the bladder.
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Injury to the bladder due to trauma is not very common. The bladder is located within the bones of the pelvis. This protects it from most outside forces. Injury may occur if there is a blow to the pelvis severe enough to break the bones. In this case, bone fragments may pierce the bladder wall.
The bladder isnt injured often. The bones in the pelvis protect it from most outside forces. But the bladder can be injured by blows or piercing objects. Most often these are related to pelvic fracture. Timely evaluation and proper management are critical for the best outcomes.