Surgical Treatment of Hemophilic Pseudotumors
In order to understand what a hemophilic pseudotumor is we refer the reader to the introduction of our previous chapter (Chapter 32), where a definition, the difference between a cyst and a pseudotumor, the pathology, evolution, diagnosis, and proposed treatments are explained. In this chapter we will deal only with those pseudotumors that, because of their size, cannot be treated percutaneously and require open, usually extensive, surgery
KeywordsFibrin Seal Previous Chapter Compression Bandage Successful Surgical Treatment Drainage Vacuum
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