A seroma is a small fluid collection usually under an incision.
seroma is a tumor-like collection of serum, whereas ceroma is a tumor of degenerated tissue.
seroma: filled with clear serous fluid hematoma: filled with red blood cells
The most common complication that arises from having a seroma is the repeated visits required to have the seroma drained. You may also find your initial recovery period delayed or even more difficult than expected.
A seroma is a mass or swelling caused by the localized accumulation of serum within a tissue or organ. A hygroma is a swelling in soft tissue located over a joint. Hygromas are usually caused by repeated injury.
bleeding wound infection delayed wound healing skin or fat necrosis (death) hematoma (collection of blood in a tissue) seroma (collection of serum in a tissue) seroma (collection of serum in a tissue) blood clots pulmonary embolism
cortistab upon aspiration can prevent or at least delay recurrence. An ear seroma that refilled weekly after aspiration, took seven weeks to reform after cortisone injection. If it doesn't resolve after 3 cortisone injections a referral to ENT is recommended for more effective intervention.
The most common complication of vulvectomy is the development of a tumor-like collection of clear liquid (wound seroma)
Seroma is a clear pocket of serous fluid that can develop in the body after surgery (especially after a mastectomy.) Some women will need repeated visits to their doctors to have seroma fluid drained (aspiration.) Small blood vessel are ruptured (blood plasma) can seep out and cause inflammation caused by dying cells. Seromas can be sometimes caused by injury from a blow that starts to swell.
It may be due to collection of fluid- seroma or pus if infected. It can also mean that the hernia has recurred again.
Some complications with surgical breast augmentation include: hypertrophic scarring, hematoma, seroma, wound separation, infection, cellulitis, and Mondor's disease.
There are a number of possible unfortunate side effects after liposuction, including infection, embolisms, visceral perforations, swelling, and seroma, to name a few.