Trauma to the lower genitourinary tract in children and adolescents has been a rare occurrence. However, with the advent of pediatric trauma centers, more of these injuries are now being seen and evaluated. Although trauma to the genitourinary tract alone is an uncommon cause of death, trauma centers are seeing more children in which decisions regarding the management of the genitourinary tract must be made. Most injuries that have been reported have been secondary to blunt trauma such as straddle injuries, falls, or motor vehicle accidents. Recently, two cases of lower genitourinary tract trauma have been seen associated with the current fad of break dancing.

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