Traumatic inferior epigastric vessel haemorrhage
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Inferior epigastric vessel (IEV) bleeding usually results in a localised rectus sheath haematoma. This condition was thought to be uncommon and sometimes overlooked or misdiagnosed. Lately the condition has become more prevalent with life threatening bleeding which may need emergency intervention to save life. A case report of IEV bleeding following trauma in a 17-year-old male is reported. A CT scan enabled localisation of the injury site and showed signs of active bleeding. Facilities for embolization didn't exist in the hospital at the time...

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