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    • Genito Urinary Tract Trauma DR. ASHFAQ AHMAD UROLOGIST
    • Different Mechanism of Trauma Penetrating Injuries Non Penetrating/ Blunt Trauma   Accelerating / Decelerating Rotational / Stretch Mechanism Blast Injuries Chemical Injuries Thermal Injuries
    • Renal Trauma Types of Trauma   Penetrating Blunt Grades of Renal Trauma 1:2:3 4: 5 Minor Injuries Major Injuries
    • Clinical Presentation Flank Pain (Vomiting) 2. Generalized pain Abdomen 3. Haematuria 4. Abdominal Distention secondary to illus 1.
    • Inspection Flank   Bruising Echymosis On Palpation   Tenderness Flank Mass On Auscultation absent bowel sounds DPL
    • Investigations Blood CP Urine R/E Serum Creatinine X-Ray  Chest  Abdomen  Pelvis USG IVU (Intravenous Urography ) Abdominal CT-Scan Arteriography
    • Complications of Renal Trauma Urinoma Hematoma Peri-Nephric Abscess. Hydronephrosis Arterio-Venous Fistula Renal Stones
    • Treatment Emergency Measures 1.      Blunt Injuries 1.    1. Airway Breathing Circulation Deformity Environment Minor renal Injuries General, Critical care charting Major Renal Injuries Penetrating Injuries
    • 4. Treatment of Complications Urinoma Hematoma Perinephric Abscess Renal Hypertention A.V Fistula Renal Stones
    • 4. Treatment of Complications Urinoma Hematoma Perinephric Abscess Renal Hypertention A.V Fistula Renal Stones