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  • n. Plural form of haematoma.


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  • The NIH scientists discovered the first American case of a condition known as CHST-14 deficiency whose patients suffer malformations of the thumb and foot and are afflicted by haematomas – pockets of blood that build up under the skin.

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  • "We found a 98% accuracy for showing blood clots or haematomas," he said.

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  • The device, called an "infrascanner", can spot blood clots on the surface of the brain known as haematomas, which can lead to death or disability if left untreated.

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  • The doctor on duty reported "bruises on the hands and the legs, haematomas in the legs and signs of stranglehold on the neck."

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  • The placenta should be examined carefully to detect abnormalities (infarcts, haematomas, abnormal insertion of the umbilical cord), but above all to ensure that it is complete.


  • The photos of their brother's body reveal an array of gruesome injuries - multiple haematomas, knife wounds, an arm almost severed at the shoulder - that could hardly have been sustained in a gunfight.

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  • All three were a little perturbed that I was draining haematomas, lancing abscesses, administering medications by injection, delivering piglets and killing ill piglets.

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  • And Mihir Shah said it would have major benefits at sea: "If you are on a ship or a submarine and someone has an accident it’s a big decision to evacuate a patient – a handheld detector for haematomas would be priceless."

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