What Is a Lacerated Kidney?


A lacerated kidney is simply a kidney that has a rip, cut or tear. These injuries are commonly caused by abdominal trauma as a result of a fall, an automobile accident or bike accident. Extensive bleeding may occur into the retro peritoneal space depending on the severity of the laceration.
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