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Large Hematoma on lower leg... Will not go away


I was involved in a very serious car accident 3 1/2 years ago... I sustain several injuries... I had major trama to my leg and it left 2 large hematomas... I was told that they would take up to a year to go away and they have not change is shape or feel... What are they now and how do I get them to go away?

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docblinski


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Miami, FL
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May 29, 2013 3:29 AM

You need soft tissue scans to determine if a residual seroma of fat growth has occurred. Than surgical intervention would be the next step! (more)
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