The urinary system comprised of kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra purifies the blood by removing the waste substances and the waste substances are excreted out of the body in the form of urine. Injury to the organs of urinary tract may impair the regular functioning of these organs leading to further complications. Urinary tract injuries can occur from blunt trauma (such as a blow to the body from motor vehicle collisions, falls, or sports injuries), penetrating wounds (such as bullet or stab wounds), or unintentional injuries during surgery. Urinary tract injuries are often accompanied by injuries of the surrounding organs, predominantly the abdominal organs. In some cases, the penis and testes, organs of male reproductive system may also be injured. Urinary tract injuries can lead to complications such as bleeding, urine leakage, and infection.