The Foley catheter balloon is inflated and lays in the fossa navicularis, around the level of the bulbous urethra diaphragm. There is an abrupt cut-off with extraperitoneal contrast extravasation. There is no evidence of extension into the posterior urethra or the bladder. These findings represent a traumatic urethral transection.
Residual contrast in the right hemi pelvis on the first image is due to a previous unsucessful contrast study attempt.