hemothorax


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hemothorax

[¦hē·mō′thȯr‚aks]
(medicine)
Accumulation of blood in the pleural cavity.
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Mild bleeding 5 Moderate bleeding 0 Severe bleeding 0 Delayed hemothorax 1 Pneumothorax 0 Delayed pneumothorax 1 Intubation post bronchoscopy 0 Conventional Biopsies P Value (n = 27) Time between transplantation 184 (29-4364) .
Massive hemothorax associated with intrathoracic extramedullary hematopoiesis involving the pleura.
Mark Amesen, completed an autopsy and concluded that LI) had a left hemothorax because his left plural cavity contained 350 cc of liquid and clotted blood.
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Some other authors recommend femoral vein catheterization because of reasons including easy anatomic access, guidance of femoral arterial pulse, easy hemostasis even if arterial injury occurs, not constituting an obstacle for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, not having risks of hemothorax and penumothorax (19,20).
Described complications of SVGA in the literature include ischemia from stenosis or localized compression of a coronary artery aneurysm rupture with subsequent hemothorax or cardiac tamponade, fistula formation to adjacent cardiac tissues such as the right ventricle, mycotic aneurysm, and superior vena cava syndrome.
Limit heparin administration on dialysis, since his chest pain may be related to a possible hemothorax.
As indications to an emergency surgical intervention considered intra-abdominal bleeding, breath disturbance in a consequence of pneumo or a hemothorax, brain compression with dislocation syndrome, open not stable fractures of extremities.
The CRT-ICD and ICD-alone groups had similar rates of hemothorax or pneumothorax (11 vs.