pelvic hematocele

pel·vic he·ma·to·cele

intraperitoneal effusion of blood into the pelvis.
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The destruction of tubal tissue and introduction of blood and trophoblastic tissue into the peritoneum leads to an inflammatory response by the body, which closes off the area and creates a pelvic hematocele, or hemoperitoneum, a collection of blood in the sealed-off cavity.
Under sonography, an extrauterine gestational sac might look like a complex mass very similar to other, more common pelvic masses, such as hemorrhagic corpus luteum cysts, pelvic hematoceles, tubo-ovarian abscesses or remains from pelvic inflammatory disease.