10 Facts About Subchorionic Hematoma
  • subchorionic hematoma

    10 Facts About Subchorionic Hematoma

    Chorionic hematoma (otherwise referred to as chorionic hemorrhage) is the pooling of blood between the chorion, a membrane encompassing the uterine wall and the embryo. With a frequency of about 3 percent in all pregnancies, it is the most frequent sonographic anomaly and the most frequent cause of first trimester bleeding. Subchorionic hematoma, on the […]

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    10 Facts About Septal Hematoma

    According to research, the nose is the most frequently injured facial structure. The injuries occasionally disrupt the tender nasal blood vessels leading to accumulation of blood and fluid under the nasal lining. The most common complication resulting from the accumulation of fluid/blood under the nasal lining is septal hematoma, which is the accumulation of blood […]

  • retroperitoneal hematoma

    10 Facts About Retroperitoneal Hematoma

    Hematoma describes a condition in which blood exists outside of blood vessels. It is actually a common problem that has been experienced by most people at multiple points in their lives. Less serious examples of hematoma includes those that results from bruising of the skin or injury under the fingernails, or a small lump felt on […]

  • auricular-hematoma

    10 Facts About Auricular Hematoma

    Hematoma auris (perichondrial hematoma, traumatic auricular hematoma, or cauliflower ear) is a condition that can happen when the outside portion of the ear endures a traumatic blow, a blood clot or a gathering of fluid under the perichondrium. It isolates the cartilage away from the overlying perichondrium supplying its nutrition. This causes it to perish and introduce the […]

  • spinal epidural hematoma

    10 Facts About Spinal Epidural Hematoma

    Epidural Hematoma Definition An epidural hematoma is most accurately defined as blood accumulation in the potential space between the bone and dura. It is also referred as epidural hemorrhage and epidural bleed. Epidural hematoma can either be spinal (SEDH) or intracranial (EDH). The epidural space, an outermost portion of the spinal canal, is the location […]

  • subungual hematoma

    10 Facts About Subungual Hematoma

    A subungual hematoma is a collection of blood (hematoma) underneath a fingernail or toenail (usually appears like a black toenail or fingernail). It’s not a serious medical condition although it can be extremely painful with an injury of its size. The intense pain is mainly due to the pressure produced by the collection of blood. […]

  • multiple myeloma symptoms

    10 Most Common Multiple Myeloma Symptoms

    Perhaps one of the most difficult things that humankind has faced is cancer. Since science brought to light the existence of this disease that destroys bodies from the microscopic level has caused many a nightmare. Scientists and doctors all over the world are hard at work to discover a cure. Families of afflicted patients are […]