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*  Spinal epidural hematoma
... is bleeding into the epidural space in the spine. These may arise spontaneously (e.g. during ... The source of bleeding in spinal epidural hematoma is likely to be this venous plexus.[citation needed] Al-Mutair, A; Bednar, ... of the epidural space is such that spinal epidural hematoma has a different presentation from intracranial epidural hematoma. ... DA (August 2010). "Spinal epidural hematoma". The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 18 (8): 494-502. ...
*  Skull fracture
2001 Dec;32(10):745-7. 'Raccoon eyes' (periorbital haematoma) as a sign of skull base fracture. PMID 11754879 Tubbs RS, Shoja ... The resulting complications may include suture diastasis, venous sinus thrombosis, and epidural hematoma. In young children, ...
*  Subdural hygroma
It is not uncommon for chronic subdural hematomas (SDHs) on CT reports for scans of the head to be misinterpreted as subdural ... Most subdural hygromas are believed to be derived from chronic subdural hematomas. They are commonly seen in elderly patients ...
*  Hematoma
Perichondral hematoma (ear) Perianal hematoma (anus) Subungual hematoma (nail) Petechiae - small pinpoint hematomas less than 3 ... A hematoma (US spelling) or haematoma (UK spelling) is a localized collection of blood outside the blood vessels, due to either ... Epidural hematoma - between the skull and dura mater Subdural hematoma - between the dura mater and arachnoid mater ... Metanephric dysplastic hematoma of the sacral region "Hematoma, toenail, gross". library.med.utah.edu. 2013. Retrieved January ...
*  Ethmoid hematoma
Large hematomas usually start within the ethmoid labyrinth, and smaller ones tend to begin on the sinus floor. The hematoma ... A growing hematoma causes pressure necrosis of the bone surrounding the hematoma, but only on rare occasions does it cause ... Ethmoid hematoma is a progressive and locally destructive disease of horses. It is indicated by a mass in the paranasal sinuses ... Prognosis for this condition varies according to extent of the hematoma, but is normally fairly good. Smaller hematomae carry a ...
*  Subungual hematoma
A subungual hematoma is a collection of blood (hematoma) underneath a toenail or fingernail (black toenail). It can be ... A subungual hematoma that results from the repetitive thrusting of the longest toe into a shoe's toe box is called jogger's toe ... Subungual hematomas are treated by either releasing the pressure conservatively when tolerable or by drilling a hole through ... Subungual hematomas typically heal without incident, though infection or disruption of the nail (onycholysis) may occur.[ ...
*  Chorionic hematoma
A chorionic hematoma appears on ultrasound as a hypoechoic crescent adjacent to the gestational sac. The hematoma is considered ... Chorionic hematoma (also chorionic hemorrhage) is the pooling of blood (hematoma) between the chorion, a membrane surrounding ... Hematomas are classified by their location between tissue layers: Subchorionic hematomas, the most common type, are between the ... Chorionic hematomas can be caused by the separation of the chorion from the endometrium (inner membrane of the uterus). ...
*  Epidural hematoma
Nontraumatic epidural hematoma in a young woman. The grey area in the top left is organizing hematoma, causing midline shift ... The lens-like shape of the hematoma causes the appearance of these bleeds to be "lentiform". Epidural hematomas may occur in ... Epidural hemorrhage (epidural hematoma, extradural hemorrhage, or hematoma) Bleeding outside the outermost layer of the dural ... CT scans reveal subdural or epidural hematomas in 20% of unconscious patients. In the hallmark of epidural hematoma, patients ...
*  Subdural hematoma
Subdural haematoma may continually grow in size by the pressure effect of the haematoma on the brain. This causes the ... Unlike epidural hematomas, which cannot expand past the sutures of the skull, subdural hematomas can expand along the inside of ... A subdural hematoma (SDH), is a type of hematoma, usually associated with traumatic brain injury. Blood gathers between the ... Such haematoma usually accumulates in between the two layers of the dura membrane. Such haematoma can cause ischemic brain ...
*  Postoperative hematoma
Postoperative hematomas are a cutaneous condition characterized by a collection of blood below the skin, and result as a ... Subungual hematoma List of cutaneous conditions Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia, Jean L.; Jorizzo, Joseph L. (2007). Dermatology: 2 ...
*  Hematoma block
... s have a low risk of complications. Dunn, Sean. "Hematoma Block For the Closed Reduction of Fractures" (PDF). ... A hematoma block is an analgesic technique used to allow painless manipulation of fractures while avoiding the need for full ... This collection, or pool, of blood is known as a hematoma. Injection of a suitable local anesthetic by needle and syringe ... through the skin into this hematoma produces relief of the pain caused by the fracture, allowing the bones to be painlessly ...
*  Breast hematoma
When a hematoma resolves, it may become fibrotic, leaving behind scar tissue. A resolving hematoma may liquify to form a seroma ... Also hematomas that occur after surgery for excision of a malignant tumor are drained, because a hematoma to which irradiation ... Larger hematomas are more likely to lead to inflammation or fibrosis. Breast hematomas can sometimes lead to skin discoloration ... A recent hematoma can be drained by means of needle aspiration or (rarely) open surgical drainage. "Breast hematoma". ...
*  Pulmonary hematoma
In some cases, both pneumatoceles and hematomas exist in the same injured lung. Pulmonary hematomas take longer to heal than ... A pulmonary hematoma is a collection of blood within the tissue of the lung. It may result when a pulmonary laceration fills ... Unlike contusions, hematomas do not usually interfere with gas exchange in the lung, but they do increase the risk of infection ... An indication of more severe damage to the lung than pulmonary contusion, a hematoma also takes longer to clear. ...
*  Perianal hematoma
... is a hematoma located in, or on the border of the anus. It is sometimes inappropriately referred to as an ... Perianal hematoma are caused by the rupture of a small vein that drains blood from the anus. This rupture may be the result of ... The symptoms of a perianal hematoma can present over a short period of time. Pain, varying from mild to severe, will occur as ... Anatomy by Regions - Richard S. Snell (Google Books) MerckSource - Site Improvements In Progress Perianal hematoma - ...
*  Nasal septal hematoma
Small hematomas can be aspirated with a wide-bore needle. Large hematomas are drained by an incision parallel to nasal floor. ... Nasal septal hematoma is a condition affecting the nasal septum. It can be associated with trauma. Because the septal cartilage ... Failure to recognise septal hematomas, or treat in a timely fashion, can cause a saddle nose deformity. To treat a septal ... Dubach P, Aebi C, Caversaccio M (December 2008). "Late-onset posttraumatic septal hematoma and abscess formation in a six-year- ...
*  Paroxysmal hand hematoma
... (also known as "Achenbach syndrome") is a skin condition characterized by spontaneous focal hemorrhage ... List of cutaneous conditions hematoma Phalanx bone James, William D.; Berger, Timothy G.; et al. (2006). Andrews' Diseases of ...
*  Rectus sheath hematoma
... seen on axial CT - with active bleeding under Marcoumar Play media Rectus sheath hematoma as seen on ... A rectus sheath hematoma is an accumulation of blood in the sheath of the rectus abdominis muscle. It causes abdominal pain ... The hematoma may be caused by either rupture of the epigastric artery[disambiguation needed] or by a muscular tear. Causes of ... Most hematomas resolve without treatment, but they may take several months to resolve. ...
*  Metanephric dysplastic hematoma of the sacral region
... (MDHSR) has been described by Cozzutto and Lazzaroni-Fossati in 1980, by ... Metanephric dysplastic hematoma of the sacral region. Virchows Arch (Pathol Anat) 402:99-106 Finegold M (1986) Pathology of ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Cardiovascular Disorders: Vascular Disorders: Subdural Hematoma
A subdural hematoma is a form of traumatic brain injury in which blood gathers between the brain and the skull. ... NHS Choices: Subdural Haematoma Provides information on this condition where a blood clot forms between the brain and the skull ... eMedicine: Subdural Hematoma Detailed article by Herbert H Engelhard III, MD, PhD, FACS, on this intracranial hemorrhage that ... A subdural hematoma is a form of traumatic brain injury in which blood gathers between the brain and the skull. ...
*  Sports-related traumatic brain injury
Small hematomas may be monitored closely to ensure the hematoma is not enlarging and resolved properly. A large hematoma larger ... Two types of hematomas occurring within the brain are: subdural and extradural hematomas, which are classified as a traumatic ... Following a serve brain injury or a skull fracture one of the two hematomas may occur. An extradural hematoma is a TBI where ... Subdural and epidural hematomas are serious injuries and recovery varies widely depending on the severity of the hematoma. ...
*  Incisionless Fritsch otoplasty
According to Fritsch: Infection; bleeding; hematoma; pain; discomfort; swelling; suture breakage; postauricular suture bridging ... hematoma; relapse (ears protruding again); hypersensitivity; pain with pressure and cold, pressure damage (necrosis) from too ...
*  Cauliflower ear
The cause is bleeding within the external portion of the ear, a condition known as hematoma auris, perichondrial hematoma, or ... Because an acute hematoma can lead to cauliflower ear, prompt evacuation of the blood is needed to prevent permanent deformity ... "Auricular Hematoma Drainage". "Cauliflower Ear Article". Nationwide Children's Hospital: Sports Med Articles. Retrieved 23 ... traumatic auricular hematoma. Headgear called a "scrum cap" in rugby, or simply "headgear" or earguard in wrestling and other ...
*  Nasal septal abscess
A nasal septal abscess is frequently a result of a secondary bacterial infection of a nasal septal hematoma. Individuals with ... Ginsburg CM (April 1998). "Nasal septal hematoma". Pediatr Rev. 19 (4): 142-3. doi:10.1542/pir.19-4-142. PMID 9557069. ...
*  Death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
A 1994 article in Neurology suggests Mozart died of a subdural hematoma. A skull believed to be Mozart's was saved by the ... A left temporal fracture and concomitant erosions raise the question of a chronic subdural hematoma, which would be consistent ... 220-1 Drake Jr, ME (1993). "Mozart's chronic subdural hematoma". Neurology. 43 (11): 2400-3. doi:10.1212/wnl.43.11.2400. PMID ...
*  Dementia
... and chronic subdural hematoma. Chronic inflammatory conditions that may affect the brain and cognition include Beh├žet's disease ...