Spontaneous splenic rupture. The role of nonoperative management.

Abstract

Spontaneous splenic rupture associated with infectious mononucleosis is an infrequent occurrence. Splenectomy has been advocated as the appropriate treatment for these patients. Recently, three patients with spontaneous splenic rupture were successfully treated at our institution without surgery. Management of spontaneous splenic rupture in 37 other… (More)

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