subcapsular hematoma

subcapsular hematoma

one in the subcapsular space of the kidney. It may be caused by a tumor, trauma, vasculitis, renal infarction, or other disease process.
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The CT findings vary from mild subcapsular hematoma to fatal splenic rupture accompanied by massive hemoperitoneum, depending on the degree of injury.
A multivariate analysis of risk factors associated with subcapsular hematoma formation following electromagnetic shock wave lithotripsy.
In this setting, pressure-induced ischemia from a large subcapsular hematoma can lead to persistent activation of the renin- angiotensin system.
An extended perirenal subcapsular hematoma was detected in the right kidney with a maximum axial thickness of approximately 46 mm, with contrast enhancement in the late stages of the study.
2 mg/dL prompting the drainage of subcapsular hematoma and a Jackson-Pratt (J/P) drain placement for continuous drainage.
The computed tomography (CT) demonstrated a 6 x 6-cm heterogeneous-density mass and subcapsular hematoma in the left kidney (Fig.
Abdominal examination shows a staghorn calculus of the left kidney, extensive subcapsular hematoma with a maximum thickness of 4 cm.
Page kidney is defined as the external compression of the kidney, typically by a subcapsular hematoma, that leads to hypertension due to hypoperfusion and ischemia.
They may be associated with parenchymal or subcapsular hematoma.
This case was clinically diagnosed as a spontaneous retroperitoneal hemorrhage with subcapsular hematoma, otherwise known as WS.
In most of the cases, the first event is subcapsular hematoma.
Spontaneous bilobar subcapsular hematoma of the liver while undergoing anticoagulation therapy: our experience and review of the literature.