pelvic hematoma


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pelvic hematoma

A hematoma present in the cellular tissue of the pelvis.
See also: hematoma
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But with primary realignment, intra-operative excessive bleeding when pelvic hematoma is disturbed, requirement of additional blood transfusion, apprehension both for patient's attendants and surgeon is the bothersome entity with this approach.
However, sonographic examination observed a sign of 7.6 x 4.5 x 6.7 cm pelvic hematoma posterior to uterus.
Does pelvic hematoma on admission computed tomography predict active bleeding at angiography for pelvic fracture?
Many surgeons, since long time, prohibited immediate surgical management in children, thinking that any attempt to evacuate the pelvic hematoma may trigger more bleeding and may result in more injury to the pelvic nerves and vessels.
He underwent a computed tomography (CT) scan with trauma protocol demonstrating multiple injuries including bilateral pneumothoraces, bilateral Grade III-IV renal lacerations, a severe pelvic fracture with disruption of the pubic symphysis, and a urethral and pelvic hematoma. Active extravasation of contrast was noted from the bilateral internal iliac arteries.
The cumulative complications rates were 0.8% for bladder erosion, 1.1% for vaginal erosion, 1.7% for pelvic hematoma, 3.2% for revision operations, 3.4% for bladder perforations, 4% for clean intermittent catheterization, 9.7% for urinary tract infections, 15.6% for storage lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and 16.1% for voiding LUTS.[sup.3] Catastrophic complications, such as major hemorrhage from large vessels or bowel perforation, usually become apparent intra- or immediately after surgery.