Hematoma of the Psoas Muscle in Prostatic Cancer Patient: A Case Report

Ziyad Almushayti, Abduljaleel Poovathumkadavi

Abstract


We report a case of a 64-year-old male with prostate cancer and coagulation disorder who presented with abdominal distension. He underwent abdomen and pelvis ultrasound for assessment of ascites, which showed localized fluid collections identified at the left and right iliac fossa. After that, non-enhanced abdomen and pelvis CT scan was performed and showed heterogeneous organized collections identified along the psoas muscles bilaterally, causing focal contour bulge representing hematoma.




World J Nephrol Urol. 2014;3(3):137-139
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14740/wjnu179e

Keywords


Prostate cancer with coagulation disorder; Psoas muscle hematoma

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