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Synonyms for hematoma

a localized swelling filled with blood

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The histological examination of the placenta highlighted intense vascular congestion of villi and hematic infiltrates as for intervillous hematomas.
Upon mouth opening, there was a hematoma at the base of her tongue which extended to both sides of the tonsillar pillars.
Grantham, "Novel use of cutting balloon to treat subintimal hematomas during chronic total occlusion interventions," Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, vol.
Retropharyngeal hematomas have been well described in the setting of minor and major trauma.
Although rare, spontaneous sSDH should be considered in patients presenting with progressive motor, sensory, and autonomic deficits in addition to other intraspinal hematomas and inflammatory lesions.
Few hematomas may also expand due to osmotic effects or varied calcification mechanisms.14 Brain damage is caused by direct pressure, increased intracranial pressure (ICP) or associated parenchymal damage.
A subcapsular hematoma of the liver (SHL) is a rare disease wherein blood accumulates under Glisson's capsule of the liver.
The patient was admitted to our clinic after her clinical status worsened and diffuse spinal subdural hematoma and subtle spinal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) between T1-T11 levels were detected in contrast-enhancing spinal MRI (Figure 2).
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy-induced perirenal hematomas. J Urol 1988;139:700-3.
Non-surgical treatment of subdural hematomas. Arch.Neurol 1974; 31: 73-79.
However, haemoperitoneum that may cause to another emergency or to huge hematomas on the abdominal wall are rare (4).
Warfarin use leads to larger intracerebral hematomas. Neurology 2008;71(14):1084-1089.