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What is Bladder Injury?

Description of the disease

Bladder injury is the damage to the organ, usually caused by external force such as a blow, fall, or car accident.


Bladder injuries can be open or closed. Open injuries occur when the organ is in an open state, such as from a penetrating wound. Closed injuries occur when the bladder is damaged without an external wound.


Symptoms of bladder injury may include lower abdominal pain, blood in the urine, difficulty urinating, and a feeling of fullness in the bladder area.


Bladder injury can be caused by various factors, including accidents, sports injuries, or procedures such as catheterization.


Diagnosis of bladder injury may require urography, cystoscopy, or computed tomography.


Treatment of bladder injury may include conservative methods such as rest and observation, or surgical intervention to correct the damage.


Prevention of bladder injury includes following safety rules, strengthening pelvic floor muscles, and avoiding risky activities.


Bladder injury is treated by a urologist or orthopedic trauma surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.