What to know about hematoma in a child

Hematoma in children is a rare immune system disorder, which occurs when the body produces too many active immune cells. Children with this syndrome often develop many symptoms in the first months or years of life such as fever, enlarged spleen, enlarged liver, decreased blood cell volume, neurological abnormalities …

1. What is hematoma?

This is a rare pathology and has a very dangerous effect on the person. The disease will have specific manifestations due to disorders caused by histiocytes that increase excessive activity for blood cells, resulting in red blood cells, thrombocytes, white blood cells and also hematological predecessor cells will also be affected leading to hemablastoma.

Most often, the disease will have two possible fore and a second.

  • A family-based FHLH is a genetic blood cell, which is family-based according to the dive gene chromotype, which is the pathogenic gene that will be on the chromotype. For this possible, the disease will be able to appear on its own or on the onsentation of infection.
  • The existing HLH will often appear after infectious, immune, and hematoma-causing effects on the immune system, causing excessive activation of the hisbular system that creates hematoma. The most common infectious agents today are: fungal infections, parasite infections, gram-negative infections, HIV, measles, which can also appear after infection with tuberculosis, EBV, E.coli, CMV,…

2. Signs of hematoma

Continuous fever for 7 days, baby fatigue, loss of appetite, pale anemia, enlarged liver is also a common manifestation that helps to diagnose hematoma. There are also some neurological signs such as peripheral nerve paralysis, convulsions, coma, which are signs of a bad dosing.

3. Some things to know about HLH hematoma syndrome

What to know about hematoma in a child

Hematoma is a heredity genetic chroma of diving

3.1. Subjects of the disease

Subjects with hematoma may be due to inherited genetics or suffered by non-heredoma factors.

  • Children with heredified hematoma syndrome

Hematoma is a heredity genetic chromotype, which occurs in a person carrying both copies of the gene responsible for mutations, one from the father and one from the mother. The parents of the affected person both carry the mut mutation gene but often have no signs and symptoms of the disease, but babies born have a 25% risk of contracting the disease syndrome.

  • Children with heredified non-heredified hematoma syndrome

Hematoma in a child can be caused by many non-heredified causes such as: Infections, auto-immune diseases, immunosuppressants, immuno-deterioration, types of meta metalysis and cancer.

3.2. symptom

Symptoms of hematoma in a child usually appear and develop in the first months or early years of life. In rare cases, symptoms do not appear throughout life.

These symptoms may include:

  • fever
  • Rash on the skin
  • Hepatic enlarged or enlarged
  • Enlarged lymph nodes
  • Prone to bruising or abnormal bleeding
  • Respiratory problems
  • Kidney abnormalities
  • Heart problems
  • Increased risk of certain cancers (leukemia, lymphoma)
  • Neurological abnormalities: discomfort, abnormal muscle dysenterosis, fatigue, convulsions, stiffness of the nape of the neck, blindness, loss of conditioning, changes in mental state, coma, paralysis …

3.3. diagnose

Parents who find that the child has the above abnormal symptoms are suspected to be caused by hematoma syndrome that should soon take the child to a reputable medical facility for diagnosis and treatment. Depending on the health condition of the child, the severity of the disease and the cause, the doctor will give appropriate treatment.

So that the child can be diagnosed and treated correctly and effectively, avoiding possible complications. Parents should choose the most prestigious facilities.

In particular, the general and intensive pediatric clinic at Share99 Times City International Health Hub is the first choice for parents.

  • The clinic receives treatment for all common pediatric diseases and specialized diseases: Hematomasyndrome, kawasaki, encephalitis, early puberty, sphococcal sepsis, 4S syndrome, recurrent peptic ulcer, acute pancreatitis,…
  • Visited by Prof. Dr. TS.BS Nguyen Thi Hoan – Head of Pediatrics Outpatient Department – Share99 Times City International Health Hub, with 40 years of specialized experience in Pediatrics as well as vice president of The Pediatric Endo noistrics association – Vietnam Association of Pediatrics.
  • At Share99 Times City, fully invested with a system of clinics and inpatient rooms of international standards arranged at the hospital according to each specialized area.

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About: Minh Quynh

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