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Post Surgical Hematoma | Hematoma After Surgery

What is a Post Surgical Hematoma? A Post Surgical Hematoma is a pocket of blood that gathers in a post-surgical site. Often times it is a necessity to drain a hematoma. While it is very undesirable, it is usually non-life threatening. Let’s learn more, but feel free to join the conversation, and add your own experiences with post surgical Hematoma’s. Before completing a procedure, a surgeon makes sure that all bleeding vessels are closed and cauterized before closing a wound. If the cauterization fails, it allows vessels to bleed and create a resevoir of blood surrounding the site of the Continue Reading This Post Surgical Hematoma Post

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Perianal Hematoma | Hemorrhoid or Hematoma? | Ouch That Hurts!

Ouch That Hurts! But What is it? What is a Fistula? In many cases a perianal hematoma is misdiagnosed as an external hemorrhoid. Do you know the difference between a perianal hematoma and an external hemorrhoid? If you are unsure, you should really visit a physician – hemorrhoids and hematoma’s can have very similar symptoms, and can be difficult to diagnose. Hemorrhoids and Hematoma’s are not the same two conditions and do not call for the same treatment A hemorrhoid is a vein that has enlarged and taken some of the surrounding tissue with it A perianal hematoma occurs when Continue Reading This Post Surgical Hematoma Post

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