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Abdomen, burst, wound
dehiscence leading to,
145-146 Abdominal imaging in pelvic
fractures, 91-92 Acute-on-chronic high-
and, 52 Anaemia, 2 Anaphylaxis, 142-144 Aneurysm repair, ureteric
injury during, 83 Anuria, 4
Appendix epididymis, torsion
of, 127 Appendix testis, torsion of,
Arteriovenous fistulae, post PCNL, 62
Back pain, and urological
pathology, 6-7, 11 Bacterial prostatitis, acute,
48-49 Bed-wetting, and high
retention, 12 Bladder augmentation,
after, 107 blocked catheter after,
170-171 Bladder cancer, TURBT and
bladder perforation, 99,
Bladder imaging, in urethral
rupture, 95-97 Bladder injuries, 97-109 associated with pelvic
fractures, 89-90 during caesarean section, 107
causes of, 97-98 diagnosing, 98-99 imaging studies for, 99 surgical repair of, 108-109 types of perforation in, 98 Bladder outlet obstruction, 9 Bladder perforation, 98 extraperitoneal, 100-102 iatrogenic, delayed diagnosis of, 104 intraperitoneal, 102-103 during transurethral resection of prostate, 104-105 types, 98 Bladder rupture, spontaneous rupture after augmentation, 107-108 Bleeding