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Emergency Management of Renal and Genitourinary Trauma: Best Practices Update

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  • Kidney and ureteral injury occurs primarily from rapid deceleration or penetrating trauma. Unrecognized compromise of renal vascular supply can lead to necrosis.
  • Long-term consequences of renal and genitourinary (GU) injuries include hypertension, chronic kidney disease, erectile dysfunction, incontinence and voiding issues, hydronephrosis, fistula, recurrent pyelonephritis, and nephrolithiasis.

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Authors

Whitney K. Bryant, MD, MPH, MEd; Sanjay Shewakramani, MD, FACEP

Publication Date

August 1, 2017

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September 1, 2020

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