Injuries of the urethra [] . A: The normal anatomy of the bladder, prostate, perineal membrane and puboprostatic ligaments. B: The pelvis is fractured and the puboprostatic ligament is ruptured but the urethra is only stretched and bruised. C: The pelvis is fractured and the puboprostatic ligament disrupted and there is complete tear through the membranous part of the urethra but the perineal ligament is intact. D: The pelvis is fractured, both puboprostatic and perineal ligaments are disrupted and there is a complete tear which involves the membranous and bulbous part of the urethra with an upward and backward dislocation of the prostate and bladder.