Hanaliev B.V., Tevlin K.P., Kosarev E.I., Ivanov A.V., Magomedov SH.S.
Pirogov National Medical and Surgical Center, Moscow
A clinical observation of a patient with post-traumatic rupture of the right kidney after a fall is presented. The peculiarity of this observation is in the absence of an obvious clinical picture characteristic of post-traumatic rupture of the kidney. After additional examination methods, the patient underwent emergency surgery. The postoperative period was uneventful.
Keywords: kidney injury, computed tomography, hematoma, lumbotomy, nephrectomy.
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