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147 Possible Causes for Splenic Hematoma

  • Splenic Hematoma

    Splenic hematoma is an unusual event in newborn babies.[] Calcified splenic hematomas in hemophilic patients have apparently never been described.[] The diagnosis of splenic hematoma can be clinically challenging.[]

  • Splenic Subcapsular Hematoma

    Clinical Brief First Online: 15 November 2008 Abstract Splenic hematoma is an unusual event in newborn babies.[] Subcapsular splenic hematomas are a type of splenic hematoma that occurs beneath the splenic capsule.[] Associations abdominal: splenic trauma 3, a subcapsular hematoma is part of imaging criteria for grades I-III of the AAST splenic injury grading system infectious mononucleosis[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Spontaneous splenic rupture (SSR) is a rare condition in contrast to traumatic splenic hematoma, and vascular abnormality has rarely mentioned as an etiology in SSR with patients[] Sub-capsular splenic hematoma dating, which we divided into 4 phases, is representing a task in both clinical practice and forensic pathology.[] Computed tomography showed a "whirl sign", a subcapsular splenic hematoma with suspected peripheral laceration, and diffuse hemoperitoneum.[]

  • Splenic Injury

    Splenic injury during colonoscopy is uncommon but can lead to splenic hematoma, splenic rupture, hemoperitoneum, and potentially death.[] During the first 48 hours after splenic trauma, hematomas may be hyperdense or isodense to the splenic parenchyma.[] The most important examination is the abdominal ultrasound that can directly confirm the splenic injury, splenic bleeding, splenic hematoma and presence of blood in the abdominal[]

  • Battered Child Syndrome

    Complete distal humeral epiphysiolysis is a rare and uncommon injury and may result from severe trauma, e.g. birth injury or battered child syndrome. This is a case report of a 5-month-old female child with distal humeral epiphysiolysis. In the course of clinical and radiological examinations, a battered child syndrome[…][]

  • Hematoma

    hematoma scalp hematoma subgaleal hematoma spinal epidural hematoma splenic hematoma subcapsular splenic hematoma subdural hematoma subfascial hematoma testicular hematoma[] ‎ (1 K) L Love-bite ‎ (5 D) N Nasal septal hematoma ‎ (1 D) P Perianal hematoma ‎ (2 D) R Rectus sheath hematomas ‎ (leer) S Splenic hematoma ‎ (1 K) Subcutaneous hematomas[] Splenic hematoma - Hematoma of spleen is termed as splenic hematoma. What Are the Symptoms of Hematoma?[]

  • Contusion

    ‎ (1 C) L Love-bite ‎ (5 F) N Nasal septal hematoma ‎ (1 F) P Perianal hematoma ‎ (2 F) R Rectus sheath hematomas ‎ (vuota) S Splenic hematoma ‎ (1 C) Subcutaneous hematomas[] […] ear ‎ (23 F) E Hematoma of ear canal ‎ (1 F) Epidural hematoma ‎ (1 C, 4 F) F Fire cupping bruises ‎ (29 F) G Grey Turner's sign ‎ (1 F) H Hematocele ‎ (1 C, 2 F) K Kidney hematoma[]

  • Splenic Cyst

    […] stage of splenic hematoma with resultant liquefactive necrosis and cystic changes post-infarction pseudocyst : also resultant from liquefactive necrosis intrasplenic pancreatic[] Pitfalls perisplenic abscesses: Spontaneous subcapsular splenic hematoma (patient was treated conservatively) Pitfalls perisplenic abscesses: Pancreatic tail pseudocyst that[] The mass represents a calcified splenic hematoma.[]

  • Umbilical Hernia

    […] and hemodynamic monitoring due to splenic rupture.[] The spleen had ruptured with associated hemorrhage and hematoma in the hernia sac.Management included a multidisciplinary approach with particular attention to comorbidities[]

  • Splenic Abscess

    Magnetic resonance imaging showed two splenic cystic lesions. Differential diagnosis was splenic hematoma or abscess.[] Splenic abscess may occur in the early post-operative period following LSG; it is usually an extra splenic event after the gastric leak or an infected hematoma.[] Splenic abscess after SAE during NOM of BSI is a rare major complication.[]

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