retroperitoneal hemorrhage


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retroperitoneal hemorrhage

hemorrhage from the kidney into the retroperitoneal space, such as from trauma, vasculitis, an aneurysm, a tumor, a renal infarct, or a cyst.

retroperitoneal hemorrhage

Bleeding into the retroperitoneal space.
See also: hemorrhage
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Felez (1985), "Spontaneous Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage during Oral Anticoagulant Therapy," Archives of Internal Medicine 145: 1531-1534.
WS, or a spontaneous retroperitoneal hemorrhage from the kidney, was described by Carl Reinhold August Wunderlich in 1856 [1].
This was followed by "no identifiable source of blood loss," GI blood loss, preexisting anemia with renal failure, preexisting anemia without renal failure, retroperitoneal hemorrhage, pulmonary hemorrhage, hematuria, and intracranial hemorrhage.
Spontaneous retroperitoneal hemorrhage is a very rare condition specifically related to enoxaparin or warfarin therapy.
Complication risk for occlusion, infection, retroperitoneal hemorrhage, pseudoaneurysm, other access-site bleeds, and arteriovenous fistula were calculated for each VCD as follows: EXOSEAL(TM) [0.
Both thoracoabdominal spiral computed tomography scan and echocardiography revealed the stent in the inferior vena cava (IVC) and right ventricle without any thrombotic effect, nor retroperitoneal hemorrhage (Fig.
Rupture with significant retroperitoneal hemorrhage is perhaps the most serious complication.
A computerized tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen revealed a large right retroperitoneal hemorrhage centered near a mass of approximately 8 cm that most likely represented an adrenal mass, as shown in Figure 1.
When the patient was readmitted months later with a retroperitoneal hemorrhage, he admitted to smoking crack laced with rat poison.
There were no serious adverse events related to warfarin in the intervention group and 1 fatal retroperitoneal hemorrhage in the control group.
There were two deaths possibly associated with adverse events including one retroperitoneal hemorrhage and one neutropenic infection.