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655 Possible Causes for Splenic Rupture, Toxic Effect of Benzene

  • Myelodysplasia

    ., vitamin B12, folate, copper), toxic exposures (i.e., benzene, zinc, heavy metals, ethanol), pharmaceutical side effect (i.e., recent chemotherapy, growth factor stimulation[] Splenomegaly may lead to splenic rupture and intraperitoneal haemorrhage.[] Benzene represents a model for secondary carcinogenesis, in particular, due to its toxic effects on blood and bone marrow.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Abdominal complaints in patients with infectious mononucleosis should alert the surgeon to the potential, and possibly fatal, risk of splenic rupture.[] […] with spontaneous splenic rupture.[] Although usually a benign, self-limiting disease, it is associated with a small risk of splenic rupture, which can be life-threatening.[]

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  • Contusion

    Home 2015 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Codes Injury And Poisoning 800-999 Contusion With Intact Skin Surface 920-924 Contusion of face, scalp, and neck except eye(s) 920-[]

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  • Rib Fracture

    Rupture XI.[] Rupture Renal Injury High energy injury (Rib Fracture 1-3, Sternum Fracture, Scapula Fracture ) Lung Contusion Cardiac Contusion High mortality risk XIV.[] Splenic rupture – the spleen is located on the left side of the abdomen.[]

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  • Splenic Subcapsular Hematoma

    None of the 23 observed patients developed delayed splenic rupture.[] Splenic rupture without trauma is known as spontaneous splenic rupture.[] The authors came to the following conclusions: 1) Subcapsular hematoma is neither a predictor for delayed splenic rupture, nor by itself an indication for operative management[]

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  • Splenic Rupture

    Aspiration of fresh blood from the peritoneum is another diagnostic indicator of splenic rupture.[] […] with splenic rupture.[] Spontaneous splenic rupture is a rare but often life-threatening condition.[]

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  • Splenic Hematoma

    None of the 23 observed patients developed delayed splenic rupture.[] Splenic rupture is rare but life threatening complication of mononucleosis syndrome. It has been suggested that subcapsular splenic hematoma formation precedes rupture.[] Filgrastim has been associated with splenic hematoma and splenic rupture, predominantly in healthy donors undergoing mobilization of peripheral blood stem cells.[]

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  • Splenic Injury

    rupture![] KEYWORDS: shockwave lithotripsy; splenic rupture; syncope[] A splenic rupture typically results in severe pain and internal bleeding.[]

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  • Abdominal Injury

    Associated Conditions Liver Laceration Splenic Rupture Renal Injury Pancreatic Injury Hollow viscus (bowel perforation) or Lumbar Spine Injury Seat Belt Deceleration injury[] Splenic rupture can result in symptoms as serious as internal bleeding and can produce symptoms of shock such as clammy, cool, pale skin and weak rapid pulse.[] Bladder rupture Diaphragmatic tear Intestinal tear Liver rupture or laceration Pelvic fracture Splenic rupture Penetrating Trauma Bladder rupture Intestinal lacerations Kidney[]

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  • Acute Peritonitis

    A case report is presented of a young male adolescent patient with a ruptured mesothelial splenic cyst causing acute peritonitis.[] Blood in the peritoneum is also a cause of peritoneal irritation after slow bleeding (e.g. a ruptured graafian follicle or following splenic injury) rather than from a catastrophic[] Congenital splenic cysts are rare (only 40% of all true cysts).[]

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