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retroperitoneal hematoma

Retroperitoneal hematoma is a common complication of abdominal and lumbar injury, accounting for about 10 ~ 40%, which can be caused by direct or indirect violence. The most common cause is pelvic and spinal fracture, accounting for about 2/3; Followed by retroperitoneal viscera (kidney, bladder, duodenum and pancreas, etc.) rupture and large blood vessels and soft tissue injury. Because it is often combined with severe compound injury, hemorrhagic...

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