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Successful Conservative Management of Isolated High-Grade Blunt Renal Trauma: Case Report And Follow Up

Ferdy Bangun Kangsaputra, Ivon Ribarova, Barry Arief Praba, Windya Windya, Ognyan Zlatev.

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The management of high-grade renal trauma remains debatable in various education and research centers, especially the cases of patients with stable hemodynamics. This paper reports the case of a 24-year-old man with high-grade renal trauma due to blunt injury in the left flank. The patient had stable hemodynamics and was managed conservatively, followed by three months of post-trauma follow up. In this case, the conservative management has resulted in a satisfactory outcome, confirming that conservative management is an appropriate alternative treatment for patients with similar cases.

Key words: High-Grade Renal Trauma, Conservative Management, Isolated Renal Trauma

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