Post-traumatic cysts of soft tissue.

@article{Sterling1977PosttraumaticCO,
  title={Post-traumatic cysts of soft tissue.},
  author={Arthur M. Sterling and William C. Butterfield and Robert F. Bonner and W H Quigley and Mohammed Marjani},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={1977},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={
          392-6
        }
}
Post-traumatic cysts of soft tissue, formed by crushing and shearing strains, usually occur at the junction of the subcutaneous fat and deep fascia. They become filled with serosanguinous fluid and lined with fibrous tissue. Chronic cysts may either remain stable or occasionally expand, much like a subdural hematoma. 
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