Recent Examples of hematoma from the Web
Upstairs, Claire, with the help of Mr. Willoughby, is treating her attacker’s subdural hematoma.
Investigators state in their report that the patient suffered a brain bruise called a subdural hematoma when his head struck the ground.
After the appointment, Anna went to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with a moderate brain injury and multiple hematomas.
The victim suffered a subdural hematoma and fracture to her cervical spine.
The collision left the husband of the Dodge’s driver paralyzed, while his wife suffered torn ligaments and a knee fracture and a hematoma, Behncke said.
So far, the technique has been applied only to people with chronic brain hematoma—
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Origin and Etymology of hematoma
First Known Use: circa 1849See Words from the same year
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