Intracystic Hemorrhage with Spontaneous Rupture of Liver Cyst Complicated by Infection : A Case Report
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A 78-year-old man who was being followed-up for a liver cyst was admitted to Asakayama General Hospital because of the sudden onset of severe right hypochondralgia and fever, with a preceding dull pain in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen of four days' duration. Computed tomography revealed remarkable enlargement of the liver cyst. We diagnosed intracystic hemorrhage and spontaneous rupture of the liver cyst. As we diagnosed bacterial infection in the ruptured cyst, transhepatic cystic drainage was performed....
- Osaka City Medical Journal
Osaka City Medical Journal 49 (2), 57-60, 2003-12
OSAKA CITY MEDICAL CENTER