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650 Possible Causes for Hepatic Rupture

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    The concomitant phenomenon of a third trimester pregnancy with a significant degree of pelvic organ prolapse is extremely rare. We report on a patient with pelvic organ prolapse complicating third trimester pregnancy treated by concomitant cesarean hysterectomy and abdominal sacrocolpopexy. A 30-year-old woman,[…][]

  • Preeclampsia

    The major adverse outcomes associated with preeclampsia are related to maternal central nervous system hemorrhage, hepatic rupture, and renal failure.[] The diagnosis can be made by ultrasonography, and the treatment varies from conservative therapy to surgical management in cases of hepatic rupture. 60 If there is hepatic[] Other potential complications of eclampsia include the following: Permanent neurologic damage from recurrent seizures or intracranial bleeding Hepatic damage and rarely hepatic[]

  • HELLP Syndrome

    A retrospective study of HELLP syndrome cases that were complicated by hepatic rupture was conducted. Ten cases of hepatic rupture were identified.[] Hepatic rupture increases the perinatal and maternal morbidity and mortality.[] Hepatic rupture in pregnancy is a rare event that may complicate HELLP syndrome.[]

  • Liver Hemangioma

    Spontaneous subcapsular rupture of hepatic haemangioma. Eur J Surg. 1995;161(9):687-689. Soyer P, Levesque M.[] The patient was scheduled for an elective primary cesarean delivery at 39 weeks to avoid possible rupture of the hepatic hemangioma during the second stage of labor.[] To investigate the risk factors for spontaneous rupture of hepatic hemangioma, we compared the characteristics of patients with ruptured and non-ruptured lesions showing extrahepatic[]

  • Liver Hematoma

    Spontaneous hepatic rupture: a report of five cases. HBP. 2002; 4:167-170. [ Links ] 9.[] Hepatic rupture after cesarean section in a patient with HELLP syndrome: a case report and review of the literature.[] Subcapsular bleeding and hematoma usually precede hepatic rupture and its accurate diagnosis might be challenging.[]

  • Subcapsular Liver Hematoma

    Hepatic rupture after cesarean section in a patient with HELLP syndrome: a case report and review of the literature.[] Taff et al. [ 1 ] reported a case of sudden death due to delayed rupture of a hepatic subcapsular hematoma.[] Pre-eclampsia/eclampsia and hepatic rupture. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2012;118:186-9. 7. Department of Health: Republic of South Africa.[]

  • Abdominal Injury

    However, in the cases of small-intestinal rupture, CT findings on admission revealed no free air.[] […] or splenic injury peritonism: ruptured viscus with leakage rectal or vaginal examination Investigations Trauma series (e.g.[] Hepatic portal venous gas, known to be a post-mortem change, was significantly evident on post-mortem CT in cases of traumatic liver or intestinal injury, and was also seen[]

  • Liver Injury

    Hepatic hematomas are grouped into 3 categories, as follows: Rupture into the liver and its capsule Separation of the capsule by a subcapsular hematoma Central hepatic ruptures[] Grade IV Haematoma: Ruptured intraparenchymal haematoma with active bleeding. Laceration: Parenchymal disruption involving 25-50% of hepatic lobe.[] Gallbladder rupture is seen in less than 1% of cases of blunt abdominal trauma. [1] Conservative, nonoperative management has become the treatment of choice for blunt hepatic[]

  • Hepatocellular Adenoma

    The abdominal ultrasound revealed a subphrenic fluid collection, and a presumptive diagnosis of a ruptured hepatic adenoma was made.[] You may not know you have a hepatic adenoma unless it ruptures. A ruptured hepatic adenoma is serious.[] In most cases, you may not notice any side effects until the hepatic adenoma ruptures.[]

  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

    Splenic hematomas and, less often, hepatic hematomas may rupture, typically in the first few days after injury (although sometimes up to months later), sometimes causing significant[] 25–75 % hepatic lobe or 1–3 Couinaud segments V Laceration: parenchymal disruption involving 75 % of a hepatic lobe or 3 Couinaud segments within a single lobe Vascular:[] , II Hematoma: subcapsular, 10–50 % surface area; intraparenchymal, Laceration: 1–3 cm in parenchymal depth, III Hematoma: subcapsular, 50 % surface area or expanding or ruptured[]

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