What Is a Perinephric Hematoma?

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Perinephric hematoma is the anomalous build-up of blood in the kidney or other tissue of the body. It is caused by a break in a blood vessel and resulting from a haemorrhage in the connective and fatty tissue surrounding a kidney.
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