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230 Possible Causes for Hemarthrosis, Hematoma

  • Factor XIII Deficiency

    A 47-year-old man with congenital factor XIII deficiency developed recurrent hemarthrosis of the right ankle. He had radiologic evidence of permanent joint damage.[] Extracranial hematoma without significant head trauma is uncommon.[] Imaging studies showed an epidural hematoma with a midline shift.[]

  • Von Willebrand Disease

    The bleeding anomalies are generally characterized by mucocutaneous hemorrhage (epistaxis, menorrhagia, etc. ) but hematomas and hemarthrosis may occur in more severe forms[] Intramural duodenal hematoma is a rare cause of a proximal gastrointestinal tract obstruction.[] As in hemophilia patients, hematomas and hemarthrosis may occur in individuals with type 3 VWD due to the severe FVIII deficiency.[]

  • Acquired Hemophilia A

    We report a patient with AHA complicated with a right shoulder joint hemarthrosis and immune thrombocytopenia.[] Subdural hematomas as the initial sign of AHA are all but unknown in the medical literature.[] In this case report, we present a non-hemophiliac patient, who presented five months postpartum with intermittent heavy vaginal bleeding, easy bruising, hemarthrosis, and[]

  • Acquired Hemophilia

    We report a patient with AHA complicated with a right shoulder joint hemarthrosis and immune thrombocytopenia.[] Computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed intramuscular hematoma and intracranial hemorrhage.[] In this case report, a young woman presented with spontaneous muscle hematoma.[]

  • Hemophilia B

    […] less than 10 hemarthrosis was higher in hemophilia B (P 0.0001).[] The authors report the case of a 49-year-old man, hematoma of the gallbladder associated with hemophilia B.[] Bleeding most often occurs around the joints (hemarthroses) and in the muscles (hematomas), but any site may be involved following trauma or injury.[]

  • Hemophilia

    , MD -6.60 (95% CI -9.32 to -3.88) (low quality evidence) and mean number of joints that had hemarthrosis, MD -0.90 (95% CI -1.36 to -0.44).[] Colonoscopy showed submucosal hematoma 25 cm from the anocutaneous line occluding the intestinal lumen with a lesion of the overlying mucosa as long as 20 mm.[] Biodistribution analysis revealed an initial temporary entrapment of the cells in the lungs, followed by homing to the liver and to a joint afflicted with hemarthrosis.[]

  • Acquired Prothrombin Deficiency

    In the long term, recurrent hemarthrosis may induce degenerative changes of joint structures and disabling hemophilic arthropathy.[] In June 2003 the patient developed a new large left sudural hematoma. He rapidly deteriorated and expired.[] Common symptoms Nosebleeds (epistaxis) Easy bruising Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia) Bleeding into joints (hemarthrosis) Muscle bleeds Bleeding in the[]

  • Hereditary Factor XIII A Subunit Deficiency

    Bleeding into joint spaces (hemarthrosis) occasionally occurs.[] Pronounced bruising, development of hematomas and prolonged bleeding from wounds are also typical symptoms.[] Hemarthrosis is not common. Pregnant women with this disorder commonly have miscarriages.[]

  • Essential Thrombocythemia

    Hemarthrosis and large muscle hematomas are uncommon. 14 Risk stratification according to thrombo-hemorrhagic risk Age and previous thrombosis Age over 60 and a previous thrombotic[] Postoperative spinal epidural hematoma is an uncommon, but well-known, complication after spinal surgery.[] (0) Hemorrhages total 134 (17) Minor: Bruises, ecchymoses, epistaxis Gum bleeding, bleeding after trauma 105 (13) Major: gastrointestinal tract bleeding, large hematomas Hemarthrosis[]

  • Factor VII Deficiency

    A 28-year-old woman experienced recurrent spontaneous hemarthrosis in both elbows and one knee starting at 2 years of age.[] A 57-year-old man of northern Italian and Polish descent with a late-onset, mild form of hereditary factor VII deficiency developed bilateral intracranial subdural hematomas[] […] factor VII (rFVIIa), and during pregnancy, rFVIIa had to be administered in first trimester in doses ranging from 15 to 90 μg/kg per day because of recurrent retroplacental hematomas[]

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