MANAGEMENT ENT OF 12 UNUSUAL CASES OF URETHRAL OBSTRUCTION SECONDARY TO PELVIC FRACTURE

M.A. Al-Rifaei and A.A. Al-Rifaei
From the Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria, Egypt.


Patients and Methods:

2 children had obstruction between the bladder and prostate, and one patient had an obstruction at prostate, were managed by bladder tubes.
One patient had destruction of the prostate and membranous urethra, was managed by bladder tube. One child had separation of both edges of the prostate, was managed by suturing both edges together.  2 patients had double membranous urethral strictures were managed by visual dialation.
One infant with marked displacement of the prostate could be managed by the transpubic route.
One child whose torned membranous urethra was fixed to the pubic bone was managed by pubectomy.
One adult had a long defect between the prostate and the bulbar urethra was managed by a vascuarlised skin tube.

Result:
were satisfactory.

 
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