CHAPTER 7: Diagnosis and management of renal trauma

Gommersall, Lyndon; Kapasi, Faiyaz; Potluri, Bernard
January 2007
Urological Emergencies in Hospital Medicine;2007, p61
Book Chapter
Renal trauma can be a life-threatening emergency and because of its rarity, knowledge of its recognition and management is limited. In this chapter, we discuss the clinical diagnosis, classification of injury, management and complications of this emergency condition.


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