Case report: Intramural hematoma of the duodenum as a complication of an ERCP
Keywords:Gastric obstruction, pancreatitis, pseudo cyst of pancreas, common bile duct, stent, computed tomography
An intramural hematoma is a hematoma in the wall of a structure, such as bowel or bladder, usually resulting from trauma. The most common complications of an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) are acute pancreatitis, bowel perforation and bleeding. The patient’s clinical history, radiological findings, the epidemiology and treatment options for an intramural hematoma of the duodenum are discussed in this case report.
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