Extraperitoneally Ruptured, Everted, and Prolapsed Bladde
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The overall incidence of urethral injury following pelvic fracture is said to be 5–10% and only one-third of these will have associated bladder injury.Most bladder ruptures are of the extraperitoneal type and are usually confined to the pelvis with or without perineal urinary extravasation.However, traumatic rupture of the bladder as well as complete bladder eversion with protrusion through the perineum is a very rare complication of pelvic injury. We present a case of delayed presentation of traumatic perineal prolapse of completely everted extraperitoneally ruptured bladder following severe pelvic injury.....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4568367/
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