Oblique Muscle Hematoma: A Gynecologic Surgery Complication?
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Gynecologic surgery complications may be classified as anesthesia related, hemorrhagic, infectious, urinary, gastrointestinal, vascular and nervous. The complication rate varies according to the type of surgery and patient´s comorbidities. Abdominal muscle hematomas are rare, but they may be a complication associated to any abdominal surgery including gynecologic. Most abdominal wall hematomas occur in rectum sheath and hematomas within the oblique muscle are unusual. Women over 50 years old present hematomas more often than men, probably due to their muscular fragility. In this article, the authors present a clinical case of a hematoma of the oblique muscle after a gynecologic surgery and its further complications....

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