Case Reports in Gastrointestinal Medicine / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Successful Nonoperative Management of Spontaneous Splenic Hematoma and Hemoperitoneum due to CMV Infection

Table 1

Successful conservative management in case of splenic rupture or splenic hematoma due to CMV infection in young immunocompetent individuals.

ReferenceSexAgeComorbiditiesCMV diagnosisSpleen lesions

(1) Losada et al., 1997 [11]Female30(i) Viruria
(ii) IgM
Subcapsular
Hematoma

(2) Bellaiche et al., 1998 [12]Male22(i) Seroconversion
(ii) IgM
Splenomegaly
Hemoperitoneum

(3) Maillard et al., 2007 [4]Male29Pyruvate Kinase deficiency(i) IgM
(ii) Positive blood PCR
(iii) pp65 antigenemia
Partial splenic rupture

(4) Maillard et al., 2007 [4]Female22Iron deficiency anemia(i) IgM, seroconversion
(ii) Positive blood PCR
(iii) pp65 antigenemia
Hemoperitoneum
Splenic contusions

(5) Our case (Lianos et al.)Male23(i) IgMHemoperitoneum
Splenic hematoma

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