Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of hematoma.

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  • noun a localized swelling filled with blood

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Examples

  • We thought it was a haematoma, which is a knock, and he's played against Samoa, Wales coach Warren Gatland said.

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  • Serena did indeed suffer from a pulmonary embolism last week, and the haematoma was another unexpected scare that was subsequently removed.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Serena did indeed suffer from a pulmonary embolism last week, and the haematoma was another unexpected scare that was subsequently removed.

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  • We thought it was a haematoma, which is a knock, and he's played against Samoa, Wales coach Warren Gatland said.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Bruising can be very widespread at times and sometimes a blood collection called a haematoma can present as a bulge under the skin or close to the repair, caused by small blood vessel bleeding.

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  • She now has to take medication before she flies to ward off a possible repeat of the haematoma.

    Victorious Serena Fails to Ward Off Tears

  • The 29-year-old had developed a haematoma from a pulmonary embolism, stemming from an incident when she cut her foot on broken glass in a Munich restaurant last July.

    Serena Williams admits to suffering depression during injury lay-off

  • Cue pulped nerves, jellied muscle and a haematoma the size of half a rockmelon.

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  • Slight haematoma-that's bleeding under the scalp, you know.

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  • These things have had to be put on hold while he has recovered from a subdural haematoma and three broken vertebrae.

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