Congenital Pyriform Aperture Stenosis
Joseph Junewick, MD FACR
over 6 years ago
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Intraluminal bladder hematoma
Heather Borders, MD
|Diagnostic Category: Vascular
|Created: over 3 years ago
|Updated: over 3 years ago
Patient with failed bladder catheter.
New large heterogeneous avascular bladder mass with layered appearance. Not present on renal ultrasound a few months prior and resolved on short term follow up.
Bladder hematoma is most commonly post traumatic. Typical imaging features are an avascular/nonenhancing bladder mass that may fill the bladder and could have a layered morphology with an attenuation value in the range of 50-60 HU on CT. Primary differential is a neoplastic mass. Mobility of a hematoma is helpful to exclude a mass originating from the bladder wall. Resolution of a hematoma is typical and is aided by urokinase in urine.
Ultrasound of the uorgenital system. Diseases of the bladder and prostate. Baxter et al.