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haematoma

(ˌhiːməˈtəʊmə; ˌhɛm-) or

hematoma

n, pl -mas or -mata (-mətə)
(Pathology) pathol a tumour of clotted or partially clotted blood
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haematoma - a localized swelling filled with blood
intumescence, intumescency - swelling up with blood or other fluids (as with congestion)
Translations

haematoma

hematoma (US) [ˌhiːməˈtəʊmə] N (haematomas or haematomata (pl)) [ˌhiməˈtəʊmətə]hematoma m

haematoma

, (US) hematoma
n pl <-mas or -mata> → Hämatom nt (spec), → Bluterguss m
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Percutaneous drainage is the most successful in cases of newly formed hematomas but is unlikely to resolve older (organized) hematomas.
3-7) Excluded from our discussion are the report written in French and cases of retroperitoneal hematomas causing urine obstruction that did not describe the rectus sheath as the source of bleed.
As demonstrated in these case reports, muscle strains may result in large hematomas due to the associated tearing of intramuscular blood vessels.
Most patients have single haematomas but there had been few cases of multiple hematomas as reported in literature (5).
O efeito de massa secundario ao hematoma, verificado como um deslocamento da falx cerebral e/ou assimetria ventricular, pode persistir por ate 17 dias apos pequenos hematomas e ate mais tarde em grandes hemorragias (3).
Although the precise incidence of epidural hematomas after ESIs remains unclear, the incidence of epidural hematomas after epidural anesthesia ranges between 1/150,000 and 1/220,000.
As with subdural hematomas at this level, cranial nerve palsies may also occur.
Puerperal hematomas can be seen in the vulva, vagina, or retroperitoneal regions, and incidence were reported as 1 in 300-1 000 deliveries.
Patients with cerebral aneurysm ruptures that develop large hematomas (either intracerebral or subdural), especially those with significant mid-sagittal structure shift and in poor clinical state, are considered in general to be candidates for an open surgical rather than endovascular treatment, for decompression in addition to ruptured aneurysm treatment(12,17).
Although epidural hematomas are usually found on the posterior spinal cord in a lentiform shape, spontaneous SEHs are commonly observed on the anterolateral and around the spinal cord in a semi-circular pattern, accompanied with compression and some displacement (8).
Laryngeal hematomas due to trauma are a relatively rare occurrence, with the incidence being less than 1% of all blunt traumas.