Spontaneous Couniaud Segmen V Hepatic Haemorrhage from Hepatic Cirrhosis: A Rare Clinical Complication and Post Operative Evalution

A spontaneous hepatic haemorrhage (SHH) is an uncommon disorder in which the hepatic parenchyma ruptures without apparent cause. It’s a surgical emergency because it produces intra-abdominal bleeding, which can lead to haemorrhagic shock and death if it’s not treated. The clinical presentation is typically non-specific but urgent, needing prompt diagnosis and treatment, which may include…
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February 26, 2022 0