Surgery – MCQ 35 – Patient anuria following road traffic accident

A patient was brought to the hospital with a history of RTA eight hours back. A few drops of blood is noted at the external urethral meatus. He has not passed urine and his bladder is palpable per abdomen. The probable diagnosis is
a) Urethral injury
b) Rupture bladder
c) Urethral injury with extravasation of urine in the retroperitoneum
d) Anuria due to hypovolemia

Correct answer : a) Urethral injury

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