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Back injury, back spasm, unable to walk unaided. Urine test showed blood traces. Treatment?

my 11 yr old daughter had a fall and landed on her back she is in hospital and they are saying its just a back spasm . she cannot walk unaided and she had blood in her urine and as wet herself a few times.she had an xray they couldnt find nothing and she had an ultrasonund scan today but nothing showed up what do you think it could be.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
have they considered a pelvic injury/ urethral/ bladder contusion/ injury?
blood in urine (unless from menses mixed in urine ) and bed wetting, back spasm, all also suggest possible urinary tract injury.
what Xray have they done? pelvis/ both hips also or spine Xray?
ultrasound may miss blunt bladder/ urethral injury.
pl. insist on a urology consult to rule out the urinary tract injury, if you re sure she is not menstruating.
take care and keep me posted on your progress.
Good luck !
Answered: Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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