CASE REPORTS: PDF OnlyPALANISWAMY R. M.S.; RAO, M. S. M.S.; BAPNA, B. C. F.R.C.S.(C); CHARY, K. S. N. M.S.The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care: March 1981 - p 242-243 Buy Abstract An unusual case of traumatic urethro-cavernous fistula from the fall of a heavy object upon the flaccid penis is described. In the absence of clinical evidence of urinary extravasation, prompt performance of corpus cavernosography helped detect the existence of such a fistulous communieation. Institution of prompt suprapubic urinary diversion avoided occurrence of undesirable sequelae to intracorporeal urinary leak and ensured uncomplicated spontaneous closure of the fistula. © Williams & Wilkins 1981. All Rights Reserved.