alexa Massive Intrapelvic Hematoma after a Pubic Ramus Fracture in an Osteoporotic Patient

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Massive Intrapelvic Hematoma after a Pubic Ramus Fracture in an Osteoporotic Patient

An 88-year-old female presented with a left thigh pain and dysuria. She visited our hospital 2 week after she noticed her symptoms. She stated that she might have a low-energy fall, but she could not identify the exact onset. Her radiograph of the pelvis showed displaced left pubic ramus fracture. Her computed tomographic scanning of the pelvis showed massive intrapelvic hematoma (axial size, 11 cm by 5 cm) around the fracture site, although she did not use any anticoagulants.

 
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