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Chirurgia 2000 June;13(3):185-6

language: Italian

Hemoperitoneum with unusual etiology. A clinical case

Molizzi T. C., Rubino P., Miceli F., Folino G., De Maria V., Daffinà R.


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Some rare forms of post-traumatic and spontaneous hemoperitoneum are described. A rare case of post-traumatic hemoperitoneum due to lesion of a little blood vessel of the gastrosplenic ligament is reported; this patient at least in the initial stage did not present a specific symptomatology and clinical signs of hemoperitoneum. The usefulness to extend the observation of the patient with abdominal trauma and without clinical signs of relief is pointed out considering that the clinical onset of hemoperitoneum is very variable and that the clinical signs occur, in some cases, only later.

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