muscular haematoma

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Bleeding caused by damage to a muscle. The extent of the bleeding is directly proportional to the muscle blood flow and is inversely proportional to muscle tension when the muscle is damaged. See also intermuscular haematoma, intramuscular haematoma.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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