Wound Hematoma

CLINICAL FEATURES Hematomas are a common complication of wound closure and are more frequent in transverse than in vertical incisions. The wound itself may swell and be painful.

DISPOSITION In general, smaller hematomas can and should be managed expectantly. If there are any signs of infection, the wound should be opened and drained. An ultrasound examination of the incision may be helpful if hematoma is suspected. The patient should be instructed to return if signs of infection develop.

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