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Table 1 Shows the reports of previous case reports and series of patients with perforation of the urinary bladder with details of the site of perforation, pathology and outcome

From: Rupture of urinary bladder: a case report and review of literature

No Year Author Sex Age Site Pre/Intra-op diagnosis Histology Outcome
1 2002 Jayathillake A [12] F 72 ? Right side of bladder wall P SCC* Died in 10 days
2 2001 Basavaraj DR [8] M 78 Not mentioned P TCC* Recovered
3 2001 Goel A [13] M 55 Dome of the bladder I SCC Recovered
4 2000 Valero Puerta J [14] M 73 Anterior wall P TCC Died in the same admission
5 1998 Atalay AC [4] F 75 Dome of bladder I TCC* Died in 20 days
6 1998 O'Neill GF [15] M 46 Vault anteriorly I TCC Recovered
7 1995 Addar MH [6] F 40 Dome of bladder I Firosis Recovered
8 1994 Martínez Jabaloyas JM [16] M 45 Not applicable P TCC Died n 8 months
9 1993 Rasmusen JS [9] F 65 Posterior wall of bladder † I TCC* Died in 4 month
10 1992 Gough M [11] F 77 Dome of bladder I SCC Recovered
11 1989 Wujanto R [5] F 79 Posterior wall (assumed) I SCC Died in 24 days
12 1988 Budd JS [2] F 79 Vault of bladder I TCC* Died after some months
13 1983 Huffman JL [1] (Three cases) M 30 Posterior bladder wall I Inflammation and fibrosis Recovered
    M 73 Dome of bladder P Hemorrhagic necrosis and Inflammation Recovered
    F 49 Posterior bladder wall I SCC* Recovered
14 1981 Jenkinson LR [17] F 73 Bladder I SCC* Died in 21 days
15 1967 Glashan RW [3] (Two cases) F 43 Right side of bladder I SCC Recovered
    M 38 Vault of bladder I TCC Recovered
  1. Abbreviations: M- male, F- Female, I-Intraoperative; P- Pre-operative, TCC- transitional cell Carcinoma, SCC- squamous cell carcinoma, * - poorly differential, †-this patient had neobladder.