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Hematoma (cont.)

Symptoms of Brain Hematomas

Patient Comments

Head and physical trauma injuries may cause life-threatening bleeding and hematomas. Seek medical care if an individual experiences the following symptoms after a head or other traumatic physical injury:

Hematomas may occur commonly and some have little importance while others are life threatening. Many times it is a matter of location and situation that makes the hematoma a critical condition instead of an inconvenience.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/15/2015

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