Does IV contrast extravasation on CT in anticoagulant-related rectus sheath and iliopsoas hematoma predict hematoma expansion and patient outcomes?

@article{Landecy2016DoesIC,
  title={Does IV contrast extravasation on CT in anticoagulant-related rectus sheath and iliopsoas hematoma predict hematoma expansion and patient outcomes?},
  author={Marie Landecy and Brice Paquette and Lucie Revel and Julien Behr and Nicolas Badet and {\'E}ric Delabrousse},
  journal={Abdominal Radiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={2241-2247}
}
The purpose of the study was to evaluate if IV contrast extravasation on CT in anticoagulant-related rectus sheath and iliopsoas hematoma predict hematoma expansion and patient outcomes. All patients presented with anticoagulation-related spontaneous IP hematoma or RS hematoma and who underwent contrast-enhanced CT exploration, with injection of a contrast material, from January 2012 to January 2015 in our institution were included in this study. Considering the retrospective nature of our… CONTINUE READING

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