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In patients with renal trauma, immediate surgical exploration is required in which of the following scenarios?

A. Patients requiring blood transfusion
B. Grade 4 renal trauma
C. Bilateral high-grade renal trauma
D. Large peri-renal haematoma
E. None of the above

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Which of the following principles are accepted standard practice in ureteric reconstruction after trauma?

A. Mobilisation of the ureter preserving the adventitia
B. Debridement of non-viable tissue
C. Spatulation of both ureteric ends
D. Tension-free anastomosis with fine absorbable sutures
E. All of the above

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Which of the following is a strong indication for the surgical exploration of bladder trauma?

A. Recurrent catheter obstruction due to clots
B. Flame like contrast extravasation from the bladder
C. Haematuria following catheterisation
D. External fixation of an associated pelvic fracture
E. An associated urethral injury

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In urethral trauma secondary to pelvic fracture, which of the following procedures is not used in the acute management?

A. Retrograde urethrogram
B. Antegrade urethrogram
C. Flexible urethroscopy
D. Ultrasound guided supra-pubic insertion of catheter
E. Gentle passage of a 14 F latex catheter

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Suspected testicular rupture is best managed by: 

A. Testicular exploration and repair
B. Bedrest, antibiotics and analgesia
C. MRI scanning
D. Testicular removal
E. Clinical examination – repeated if necessary

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