Supportive management resolved a colonic intramural hematoma in an anticoagulant user.

Abstract

Intramural hematomas of the colon are rare. Intramural hematomas of the gastrointestinal tract often result from blunt trauma, although they may also occur spontaneously in patients taking anticoagulants or those with blood dyscrasia. Affected patients present with abdominal pain and lower gastrointestinal bleeding, as well as occasional signs of intestinal… (More)

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