Obstructive Uropathy because of a Large Rectus Sheath Haematoma: A Case Report of Combined Interventional Radiology and Surgical Approach

INTRODUCTION Rectus sheath haematomas associated with anticoagulation are often self limiting. When large, however, they can even extend into the pelvis and cause compression of adjacent organs such as the bladder. A combined endovascular and surgical approach can decrease the operative exposure necessary to treat this occurrence. REPORT A 42 year old… (More)