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185 Possible Causes for Abdominal Wall Hematoma

  • Abdominal Injury

    Such collections of blood are called hematomas. Uncontained bleeding into the abdominal cavity, in the space surrounding the organs, is called hemoperitoneum.[] Most common in this situation are mesenteric hematoma, devascularization of the bowel, severe damage leading to rupture of the bowel wall, bruising, and hemorrhage of the[] Blunt injury may cause blood to collect inside the structure of a solid organ (for example, the liver) or in the wall of a hollow organ (such as the small intestine).[]

  • Hemophilia

    The most important clinical strategy for management of patients with hemophilia is the avoidance of recurrent hemarthroses by means of continuous, intravenous hematological prophylaxis. When only intravenous on-demand hematological treatment is available, frequent evaluations are necessary for the early diagnosis[…][]

  • Multiple Injuries

    Damage control is a staged surgical approach to manage polytraumatized patients. The damage control approach comprises three steps. First, bleeding is controlled and fractures are stabilized temporarily; second, vital parameters are stabilized and the child is rewarmed in the intensive care unit; and third, the child[…][]

  • Seat Belt Injury

    The constellation of abdominal injuries caused by seat belts in automobile accidents usually consists of intraabdominal solid organ and hollow viscus injuries. We present a two-and-one-half-year-old patient with an unusual constellation of seat belt injuries that presented as bilateral abdominal herniations. We feel[…][]

  • Laparoscopy

    […] of 3 months, abdominal wall hematoma being the most frequent (n 8, 2.0%), followed by umbilical hernias (n 6, 1.5%) and umbilical wound infection (n 5; 1.2%).[] […] of 3 months, abdominal wall hematoma being the most frequent ( n 8, 2.0%), followed by umbilical hernias ( n 6, 1.5%) and umbilical wound infection ( n 5; 1.2%).[] Injuries include abdominal wall hematoma, umbilical hernias, umbilical wound infection, and penetration of blood vessels or small or large bowel.The risk of such injuries[]

  • Spigelian Hernia

    The appearance of the lesion is compared with others in and about the abdominal wall, including rectus sheath hematoma, seroma, abscess, peritoneal tumor implants, and pseudocyst[] Disorders that are often mistaken for a spigelian hernia include: Rectus sheath hematoma Abdominal wall abscess Muscle spasm Less than 50% of spigelian hernias are diagnosed[] Note that important differential diagnoses to consider include tumors of the abdominal wall, and spontaneous hematomas of the rectus sheath.[]

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Lateral abdominal wall hematoma is a rare and potentially life-threatening condition.[] We report a case of a spontaneous lateral abdominal wall hematoma that developed in a patient with severe cough caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbation[]

  • Omental Abscess

    At that time, the pain was attributed to abdominal wall trauma and possible subsequent hematoma, due to previous heavy abdominal muscle exercise.[] wall hematoma, and intestinal obstruction.[] Most of these patients have a history of prior abdominal trauma. Often there is a thickened wall and there can be some debris within the lesion.[]

  • Breast Hematoma

    Spontaneous abdominal wall hematoma caused by abdominal exercise as a complication of warfarin therapy.[] wall fascia.[] Seroma and Liposuction A hematoma that occurs during liposuction means bleeding into a closed area under the skin.[]

  • Pelvic Hematoma

    CT scan can accurately confirm the diagnosis of abdominal wall and intra-abdominal hematoma [ 1 ].[] Abdominal-pelvic CT-scan showed a small left pleural effusion, minimal ascites, left lower quadrant abdominal wall masses consistent with omental metastases, and a 9.4 x 10.3[] Spontaneous abdominal wall hematomas are an uncommon cause of acute abdominal pain and are often misdiagnosed.[]

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