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952 Possible Causes for Hematoma, Skin Necrosis

  • Warfarin

    Intracerebral hemorrhage is a well-known complication resulting from warfarin use; however, warfarin-associated intraspinal hematoma is very rare.[] necrosis Skin necrosis, usually observed between the third and eighth days of therapy, is a relatively uncommon, adverse reaction to warfarin.[] The skin eventually breaks down into sores that have a foul-smelling discharge. Gangrene and necrosis can affect the skin and internal organs.[]

  • Hereditary Factor XIII A Subunit Deficiency

    Pronounced bruising, development of hematomas and prolonged bleeding from wounds are also typical symptoms.[] Necrosis and Venous Limb New Antithrombotic Drugs Antiplatelet Therapy Foundations of Thrombolytic Therapy Anticoagulant and Procoagulant Proteins in the Animal Mechanical[] Other bleeding features were seen, including skin and mucosal bleeding , muscular hematoma, and splenic rupture. Recurrent abortions were observed in one patient.[]

  • Protein C Deficiency

    […] human zymogen protein C in our patient with heterozygous protein C deficiency during the perioperative period of a THA was associated with no evidence of excessive bleeding, hematoma[] Non-vitamin K antagonist anticoagulant options should be considered in patients with warfarin-induced skin necrosis (WISN) in the setting of protein C.[] Within a few hours the leg ecchymosis enlarged to a dark blue, painful hematoma.[]

  • Lepirudin

    There were two complications: one patient fell and had a calf hematoma (aPTT ratio 3.24), and one patient who received lepirudin during nine separate hospitalizations had[] necrosis Skin necrosis at subcutaneous heparin injection sites 3 Acute systemic reaction Acute systemic reaction after intravenous heparin bolus 2 Bleeding Presence of bleeding[] Monitor carefully for bleeding events (e.g., from puncture wounds, hematoma, hematuria); and report immediately.[]

  • Arteriovenous Fistula

    We present a case of surgical transvenous embolization in an 84-year-old woman with CS dAVF who presented with massive intracerebral hematoma.[] Arteriovenous fistula-skin necrosis generally requires resection of surrounding skin margins and the underlying aneurysmal vessel wall, allowing repair with healthy tissue[] Computed tomography showed a subdural hematoma, and surgical exploration was emergently performed. However, the patient died at postoperative day 10.[]

  • Surgical Procedure

    The mean estimated hematoma size was 98 cc (SD: 58). A source of bleeding was identified in 12 of 21 cases (57%).[] Complications due to local anesthesia consist mainly of hematomas ( bruises ) and local skin necrosis (damage and loss).[] Postoperative spinal epidural hematomas are known complications of spinal surgery.[]

  • Mastectomy

    To investigate the effect of drains on reducing seroma and hematoma after subcutaneous mastectomy for gynecomastia.[] In the case of skin necrosis or ischemia, a therapy that reduces skin loss could be of additional benefit.[] There was 1 case of nipple necrosis in the patient with previous breast radiation (5%), 1 hematoma (5%), and no flap losses.[]

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

    He underwent craniectomy to remove the hematoma and cerebrospinal fluid diversion with a ventriculoperitoneal shunt for the treatment of hydrocephalus.[] Tissue injury can include skin necrosis, which can lead to chronic nonhealing wounds.[] […] performed for medical or cosmetic purposes, surgical procedures involve risks such as: Infections Scars Necrosis Seromas Vascular Anomalies Temporary Numness or Loss of Feeling Hematomas[]

  • Hypospadias

    […] are recurrence-free without further interventions; successful reoperation was done in 2 cases. 1 graft necrosis; 1 coronary fistula; 1 scrotal flap necrosis and 1 case of hematoma[] The only complication was a narrow-bandventral skin necrosis in 1 patient (2.6%) that was replaced by new skin growth without need for further intervention.No other complications[] The most common complications are unfavorable meatal cosmetics, skin flap necrosis with fistula or stricture of the urethral meatus.[]

  • Pelvic Fracture

    The pseudoaneurysm was successfully treated with selective coil embolization and hematoma evacuation.[] In two patients, severe complications developed, such as soft tissue infection caused by necrosis, skin necrosis accompanied by subcutaneous infection, and sepsis.[] The patient had fallen backward upon standing from a wheelchair, lost his balance, and suffered an occipital laceration with hematoma.[]

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