A brain aneurysm, however, ruptures
every 18 minutes around the world.
Examination was performed and a provisional diagnosis of a ruptured quadriceps was made but the extent of the rupture
was not yet established.
, is the fatal complication of AAA classically known as triad of hypotension, back pain and abdominal mass is merely observed in 25-50% of patients4.
The lower back pain without neurological deficit should be considered a potential silent symptom of chronic infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture
and use of computed tomography angiography in this situation is justified.
or dehiscence was noted in preterm patients.
A healthy normal patellar tendon requires a massive force to be disrupted and should not rupture
under physiological loads .
Spontaneous testicular prosthesis rupture
is a rare event, whereas, for breast implants, it occurs in up to 77% of the cases [17, 18].
The aetiology of splenic rupture
in pregnancy remains unknown.
Radial folds, as shown in Figure 1, or shell invaginations, are one of the most common causes for false positive findings on MRI for implant shell rupture
In WHO systemic review of uterine rupture
the incidence of rupture
in general population was 5.
There will be sudden rise in venous pressure turning out to vessel rupture
and decasualized endometriosis invading vessel wall may be counted as responsible risk factors.
is a relatively common finding in patients dying of an acute myocardial infarction; its incidence ranges from 0.
In each chapter an analyst tells a personal story of traumatic rupture
of gravid uterus is an unusual finding in bitch during the periparturient period in dystocia (Hajurka et al.
was not detected on physical examination.