Accumulation of Urine in the Peritoneal Cavity after Bladder Rupture Following Vaginal Delivery: A Case Report

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Reihane Sadat Hosseini
Mehnoosh Farshchian
Somayyehalsadat Hosseini
Faeze Sadat Hosseini

Abstract

Spontaneous bladder rupture following vaginal delivery is very rare. Herein, we present a case report with the accumulation of urine in the peritoneal cavity after normal vaginal delivery. An 18-year-old primigravid woman referred to the aImamHosein Hospital hospital, Mashhad, Iran, with the accumulation of urine in the peritoneal cavity. The computed tomography scan and ultrasound were normal for structure of bladder. Probably, the bladder rupture led to making a small hole in the bladder and accumulation of urine in the abdominal cavity. The laboratory symptoms and clinical and radiological findings would help emergency physicians to appropriately manage these patients.

Keywords:
Bladder rupture, urinary retention, vaginal delivery.

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Hosseini, R. S., Farshchian, M., Hosseini, S., & Hosseini, F. S. (2020). Accumulation of Urine in the Peritoneal Cavity after Bladder Rupture Following Vaginal Delivery: A Case Report. Asian Journal of Case Reports in Medicine and Health, 3(3), 31-34. Retrieved from https://journalajcrmh.com/index.php/AJCRMH/article/view/30134
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Case Study

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