retroperitoneal hematoma

retroperitoneal hematoma

hematoma resulting from a retroperitoneal hemorrhage.
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The retroperitoneal hematoma and massive intraabdominal blood clot were detected and removed.
The retroperitoneal hematoma with its compressive effects gives rise to a variety of ambiguous signs and symptoms which include transient lower limb paralysis, testicular pain, anterior thigh pain, urinary tract infection, groin pain, inguinoscrotal mass, swelling of legand rarely as bowel obstruction.
6 In this report, we present the unusual case of a patient with catheter occlusion who developed a retroperitoneal hematoma presumably following an elective esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) and colonoscopy.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen and pelvis with and without contrast showed a Grade IV left renal laceration with associated left retroperitoneal hematoma, along with a congenital atrophic right kidney (Fig.
On this exam, the abdominal aorta was 10 cm in diameter with discontinuity of circumferential wall calcification, with a large left sided retroperitoneal hematoma into the psoas muscle, without a post contrast enhancement of hematoma and without a contrast extravasation in the abdominal cavity (Figure 1).
Extensive retroperitoneal hematoma following diagnostic anesthesia of the lumbar sympathetic nerve.
Retroperitoneal hematoma is a well-known, but rare, clinical condition that can be potentially lethal.
Retroperitoneal hematoma was found in large number 35(12.
It can happen spontaneously, without obvious precipitating factors, resulting in a spontaneous retroperitoneal hematoma, commonly seen in patients on hemodialysis or are anticoagulated.
Retroperitoneal hematoma and pseudoaneurysm at the site of the femoral puncture did not occur in any of the patients.
Objective: To analyze our experiences in patients with traumatic retroperitoneal hematoma, and highlight the problems in diagnosis and treatment to facilitate the surgeons to make decision.
In case, a retroperitoneal hematoma or pseudoaneurysm is identified as the cause of the femoral neuropathy, surgical removal of the hematoma or repair of the pseudoaneurysm may be a choice of treatment (8 10).