Splenic hematoma following acute pancreatitis, and the role of conservative management: A case report

Document Type

Case Report


Medical College Pakistan; Medicine


Key clinical message: We reported a unique case in which the patient developed splenic hematoma following acute pancreatitis, the condition responded well to conservative management without any surgical intervention.
Abstract: Splenic hematoma following acute pancreatitis is a rare complication that is thought to be due to the distribution of pancreatic exudates to the spleen. We presented a case of a 44-year-old patient with acute pancreatitis who developed a splenic hematoma. He responded well to conservative management and the hematoma was resolved.


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Publication (Name of Journal)

Clinical Case Reports