PERITONITIS SECONDARY TO BLADDER INJURY
M. Moujahid*, V. A. Blata, I. Talbi, Y. Mehdahoui, A. Laalou, R. Chouiba, F. Mohafid, M. Laaroussi, M. Friha, N. Njoumi, M. Najih, M. Yaka, H. Laraqui, A. Ehirchiou and A. Zentar
The bladder blast that appears during endoscopic urologic operations is rare and dangerous. It is due to a production of hydrogen by hydrolysis of the water during the coagulation and section processes. Hydrogen becomes very combustible once mixed with ambient oxygen. We report a case of bladder blast during transurethral resection of the prostate.
Keywords: Transurethral Resection, Bladder Blast, Trauma, Diagnosis and Treatment.
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