Spontaneous Hepatic Hemorrhage: A Single Institution's 16-Year Experience.

  title={Spontaneous Hepatic Hemorrhage: A Single Institution's 16-Year Experience.},
  author={Armando Rosales and Florencia G. Que},
  journal={The American surgeon},
  volume={82 11},
Spontaneous hemorrhage from hepatic tumors is an uncommon but serious complication. Recently, interventional radiologic (IR) techniques are being used increasingly in the management of these patients. We report our 16-year experience in managing spontaneous hemorrhage from liver tumors. Twenty-six consecutive patients were diagnosed with spontaneous liver hemorrhage between 1995 and 2011. Initial management was operative in eight, IR in six, and supportive in 12 patients. Of those managed… CONTINUE READING