EURORAD ESR

Case 1409

A patient on anticoagulation therapy presenting with multiple abdominal haematomas

Author(s)
A. Basile, A. Certo, R. Arena, E. Scribano
 
Patient
female, 68 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    CT examination of the haematomas
     

    (a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT examination of the haematomas;

    (a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT examination of the haematomas;

    (a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT examination of the haematomas;

    (a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT examination of the haematomas;
     
     
(a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).
 
(a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).
 
(a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).
 
(a-d) Cranio-caudal CT sequence of CT slices showing the abdominal wall and pelvic haematomas (asterisks), displacing the bladder (star) and extending to the retroperitoneal space, adjacent to the psoas muscle (arrow).
 
 
 
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