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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 fractures, accounting for about 2 / 3; The second is the rupture of retroperitoneal organs (kidney, bladder, duodenum and pancreas) and the injury of large blood vessels and soft tissue. Because it is often complicated with severe combined injury and hemorrhagic shock, the mortality can reach 35 ~ 42%.

Symptoms

peritonitis

Lung disease

SARS

Paratyphoid

Nontuberculous mycosis

Nontuberculous mycobacterial disease

Nonspecific interstitial pneumonia

Nonspecific systemic necrotizing small vasculitis

Pulmonary and pleural amebiasis

Pneumosporotrichosis

Radiation pneumonia

Lung closed asthma cough

Atelectasis

Sinoatrial reentrant tachycardia

Paragonimiasis of pulmonary Miyazaki

Paragonimiasis of lung

Pulmonary fecal angiostrongyliasis

Pulmonary hemorrhage nephritis syndrome

Pulmonary pseudolymphoma

Pulmonary bullae

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