Spontaneous Hepatic Rupture with Intraperitoneal Hemorrhage without Underlying Etiology: A Report of Two Cases

  • Klein K
  • Shapiro A
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Abstract

Spontaneous hepatic rupture is a rare event most often occurring in association with underlying liver disease or pregnancy. We report two unusual cases of hepatic rupture without any identifiable pathology, trauma, or comorbid conditions.

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Klein, K., & Shapiro, A. M. J. (2011). Spontaneous Hepatic Rupture with Intraperitoneal Hemorrhage without Underlying Etiology: A Report of Two Cases. ISRN Surgery, 2011, 1–3. https://doi.org/10.5402/2011/610747

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