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Table 1 Summary of previous case reports of retroperitoneal hematoma after total hip arthroplasty

From: Retroperitoneal hematoma with bone resorption around the acetabular component after total hip arthroplasty: a case report and review of the literature

Reference Age, years Sex Site Size, cm Morbidity span Symptoms Anticoagulant therapy Treatment
[2] 61 Female Right NA 8 days Femoral nerve palsy + Conservative
[6] 65 Male Left 10×11×15 2 days Femoral nerve palsy, anemia Excision/screw removal
[7] 78 Female Right 16×11 10 days Bilateral hip and thigh pain, anemia + Conservative
[8] 67 Female Left 9×7.5×7 9 days Femoral nerve palsy, anemia + Conservative
[9] 76 Female Right 4×6 6 months Femoral nerve palsy Excision/transcatheter arterial embolism
[10] 71 Male Right NA 3 years Hip joint pain + Excision/cup revision
  1. NA not available.