retroperitoneal hematoma

retroperitoneal hematoma

hematoma resulting from a retroperitoneal hemorrhage.
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The largest myelolipoma presented with a huge right-sided retroperitoneal hematoma accompanied by hemorrhagic shock (hemoglobin level of 40 g/L) was admitted as an emergency.
Repeat CT of the abdomen and pelvis revealed a large retroperitoneal hematoma in the location of the patient's previously seen markedly enlarged right adrenal gland (Figure 2, arrows).
The clinical spectrum of retroperitoneal hematoma in anticoagulated patients.
One serious event, retroperitoneal hematoma in a patient on anticoagulation treatment, was noted.
CT revealed a large retroperitoneal hematoma and evidence of a new area of increased density.
The Committee's opinion is that the subject's death was a result of complications from an opportunistic infection, disseminated histoplasmosis, which caused the study participant to experience a retroperitoneal hematoma and multi-organ failure.
In our third case, the concomitant use of enoxaparin may have contributed to the retroperitoneal hematoma and other described bleeding, giving a level of evidence of 3 (a possible interaction) as per the criteria as shown in Table 2.
Later, the patient had surgery to evacuate a two to three liter retroperitoneal hematoma.
The patient could not tolerate a CT contrast agent, and a non-enhanced CT showed a mass suggesting a spontaneous retroperitoneal hematoma.
We also found a retroperitoneal hematoma lateralized to the right, with a 7-mm wound on the inferior vena cava.
The following day, the patient complained of severe right flank pain and was urgently taken for a CT scan of the abdomen with contrast, which revealed a large right-sided retroperitoneal hematoma extending from the diaphragm to the pelvis.