What Is a Liver Hematoma?

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A liver hematoma usually results from injury or trauma to the liver. A liver hematoma can often be treated conservatively, hence there is no need for surgery or any invasive procedure. In some cases however, a liver hematoma can become an extremely serious, and even a life-threatening condition.
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