hemoperitoneum


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hemoperitoneum

 [he″mo-per″ĭ-to-ne´um]
an effusion of blood in the peritoneal cavity.

he·mo·per·i·to·ne·um

(hē'mō-per'i-tō-nē'ŭm),
Blood in the peritoneal cavity.

hemoperitoneum

[-per′itōnē′əm]
Etymology: Gk, haima + peri, around, tenein, to stretch
the presence of extravasated blood in the peritoneal cavity caused by surgical procedures, necrotizing tumors, fistulas, or laparoscopy procedures. Also spelled haemoperitoneum.

he·mo·per·i·to·ne·um

(hē'mō-per'i-tŏ-nē'ŭm)
Blood in the peritoneal cavity.
Synonym(s): haemoperitoneum.

hemoperitoneum

an effusion of blood in the peritoneal cavity.
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For example, the finding of petechial hemorrhages in the pancreas associated with the presence of an intense state of muscle rigidity is strongly indicative of strychnine poisoning; the presence of bleeding or hemothorax and/or hemoperitoneum should suggest a poisoning by anticoagulant rodenticides, whereas, the presence of black necrotic areas on the gastrointestinal mucosa leads to the suspicion of arsenic poisoning.
9 Case Amount of Surgery Require Blood hemoperitoneum second transfusion surgery 1 (a) 2000 cc + 800 cc Suturing Yes (SOF) 8 U FFP 3 U RBC 2 * (b) 800 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 2 U RBC 3 * (b) 1500 cc Suturing No 7 U FFP 3 U RBC 4 (a) 2000 cc SOF No 8 U FFP 4 U RBC 5 (a) 3000 cc SOF No 8 U FFP 6 U RBC 6 (b) (c) 3500 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 4 U RBC 7 * (b) 1900 cc Suturing No 4 U FFP 2 U RBC 8 * (a) 2400 cc Suturing No 5 U FFP 4 U RBC 9 2300 cc Suturing No 6 U FFP 4 U RBC 10 * (c) (a) 1800 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 3 U RBC * Patients receiving concomitant 80mg/day aspirin therapy; (b) Patients had a history of previous surgery for ruptured corpus luteum, (c) Patients with regular cardiology visit; (a) Patients had a ruptured corpus luteum on the right side.