A collection of blood outside a blood vessel caused by a leak or injury. Hematomas that occur in the breast after injury or after surgery may feel like a lump. As with other breast lumps, it’s important to have this checked to be sure that it is indeed a hematoma and not a symptom of a more serious problem.
Swelling or mass of blood confined in a specific area such as the brain.
blood clot; very common in ears of dogs and cats
A lump or swelling caused by a localized collection of blood, Dogs can get large haematomas inside floppy ears from repeated violent head shaking due to an ear infection.
a clot formed beneath the skin as a result of bleeding.
Blood collected outside a blood vessel caused by a leak or injury. Hematomas can occur in the breast after an injury or surgery.
Subcutaneous effusion of blood with resulting swelling, pain, and discoloration, forming a tumorlike mass.
Localized semisolid mass of blood.
A swelling caused by an accumulation of blood in the tissues. A hematoma may occur at the site where the needle has slipped out of the vein. Also called a bruise or "black and blue" mark.
A mass of blood which is a result of a break in a blood vessel.
A mass of usually clotted blood that forms in a tissue, organ, or body space as a result of a broken blood vessel
This condition refers to a collection of blood in the surgical area that has escaped from the blood vessels.
localized collection of blood, a lump. Dogs can get them in their ear flaps from violent and repeated shaking of the head, from such things as ear infections or insect stings.
a bleeding or pooling of blood between the tissue layers covering the brain or inside the brain
a blood filled space that can be found under the skin and is usually caused by trauma or by a defect in the clotting system
a collection of blood around a surgical site
a collection of blood in an organ or tissue, caused by a break in the wall of a blood vessel
a collection of blood inside a body cavity
a collection of blood inside the body (in this case, around the breast implant or around the incision)
a collection of blood outside of the blood vessel, but confined within tissue
a collection of blood that has pooled
a collection of blood that occurs as a result of internal bleeding
a collection of blood within the tissues
a collection of clotting or clotted blood in a body cavity which can cause pain, scar tissue, infection and more
a deep bruise, and the patient usually knows the cause, especially once she is asked
a lake-like collection of whole blood that has leaked out of injured blood vessels and become trapped inside the body
a larger collection of blood, usually caused by surgery, injury, or a greater trauma
a larger collection of blood, which will usually reabsorb into the body
a larger collection that forms a lump
a localized blood collection, which tends to attract bacteria that happen to travel through the blood
a localized mass of blood that is usually confined to a particular site
a lump caused by a collection of old blood
an abnormal, localized collection of clotted blood
an accumulation of blood and blood clots in a localized area
a pocket of blood trapped within tissue
a pool of blood under the skin, resembling a bruise, but is usually much larger
a swelling of blood confined to an organ or tissue, caused by hemorrhaging from a break in one or more blood vessels
a swelling or mass of blood, serum, or both confined to an organ, tissue, or space within the body
A pooling of blood that escapes from vessels and becomes trapped in the tissues of the skin or in an organ. It can result from injury or surgery.
A tissue swelling filled with blood.
a collection of blood in a tissue, organ, or space due to a break in the wall of a blood vessel
A swelling or mass of blood (usually clotted) confined to an organ or tissue. It is caused by a broken blood vessel.
Amend definition: An abnormal accumulation of blood, outside the circulatory system, resulting from damage to a blood vessel.
A collection of blood at the incision site.
closed injury to the soft tissue characterized by swelling and discoloration caused by a collections of blood beneath the skin
Blood in the tissues from a leak in the blood vessels.
A swelling of clotted blood in the tissues.
A collection of blood that can form in a wound after surgery, an aspiration or from an injury.
A collection of blood that must be drained
Clotted blood that forms within the body after a blood vessel is broken. Examples are bruising or black eyes. Almost always occurs after a fracture. May be serious if involving the skull. Immediate ice therapy is recommended for lesser forms of hematoma.
a collection of blood, usually clotted, in an organ or tissue.
A localized mass of clotted blood confined within an organ, tissue or space.
The collection of blood in tissues or a space following rupture of a blood vessel. Regarding Brain: Epidural--Outside the brain and its fibrous covering, the dura, but under the skull. Subdural--Between the brain and its fibrous covering (dura). Intracerebral--In the brain tissue. Subarachnoid--Around the surfaces of the brain, between the dura and arachnoid membranes.
blood that collects under the skin or in an organ.
A blood clot.
A localized swelling filled with blood resulting from a break in a blood vessel.
bleeding inside the scrotum that may cause painful swelling shortly following a vasectomy. While seldom serious, it should be reported to a physician.
A blood-filled area resulting from injury.
an accumulation of blood from a broken blood vessel
Tumor-like mass produced by coagulated blood in a cavity.
An abnormal localized collection of blood in which the blood is usually clotted or partially clotted and is usually situated within an organ or a soft tissue space, such as within a muscle. See the entire definition of Hematoma
Contained mass of blood.
A mass of blood that is typically confined within an organ, tissue, space, or potential space; may result from a broken blood vessel.
Soft tissue swelling filled with blood
Mass produced by an accumulation of coagulated blood in a cavity or in soft tissues.
a localized pool of blood found outside the circulatory system
Swelling of effused blood beneath tissue surface
A large ecchymosis or bruise caused by the escape of blood into the tissues. Hematomas are blue on the skin and red on the mucous membranes. As hematomas resolve they may turn brown, green, or yellow.
A collection of blood formed when small blood vessels are damaged, causing bleeding into the tissues.
a tumor like collection of blood in a localized area.
heavy bleeding into or around the brain caused by damage to a major blood vessel in the head.
Blood clot that collects in or around the brain.
A localized mass of blood that has passed out of a blood vessel and into the tissues.
(hee-muh-TOH-muh) A pool of clotted or partially clotted blood in an organ, tissue, or body space, usually caused by a broken blood vessel.
Internal bleeding produced by a broken blood vessel causing a dome under the skin.
swelling filled with blood as a result of a broken blood vessel
a large bruise or collection of blood under the skin, producing discoloration and swelling in the area. It is usually caused by trauma.
(he-mat-o-ma) (Greek haimat- blood, oma-tumor) Hematoma as the name suggests, is not a tumor but a localized collection of blood out side a blood vessel, contained within an organ or tissue. The blood is usually in a clotted (solidified) state. The color and consistency of a hematoma depends on the time after the leakage of blood into that tissue.
A semisolid mass of blood in the tissues caused by injury, disease or a clotting disorder.
A tumor or swelling filled with blood.
A localized swelling filled with blood, caused by a break in the wall of a blood vessel.
blood leaking out into tissues. Such blood leaks are in general secondary to the rupture of a blood vessel.
A circumscribed collection of blood, usually clotted, in a tissue or organ, caused by a break in a blood vessel. This can occur as a result of abnormal post-operative bleeding.
a localized collection of blood, usually clotted, caused by bleeding from a ruptured blood vessel.
a localized collection of extravasated blood, usually clotted.
an area of swelling that contains blood. These can be found in the subdural and subarachnoid space in the brain of victims following a severe shaking episode
a blood filled swelling
a collection of blood under the skin or in an organ.
A dome-shaped collection of blood (usually clotted) under the skin, the scalp or inside the abdomen. The hematoma is formed by bleeding from a broken blood vessel.
localized blood clot within an organ or tissue
A hematoma, or haematoma, is a collection of blood, generally the result of hemorrhage, or, more specifically, internal bleeding. Hematomas exist as bruises (ecchymoses), but can also develop in organs.