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Table 1 Splenic rupture after LC in literature

From: A case of splenic rupture: a rare event after laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Author Diagnosis CT/US Surgery Outcome
Leff D, JSLS 2007 [3] Splenic rupture 3 weeks following uncomplicated LC CT: Heterogeneous poorly enhancing soft tissue mass in the left upper quadrant inseparable from the spleen, measuring 11 x 13 cm, associated with a large volume of free intraperitoneal fluid highly suggestive of splenic rupture Midline laparotomy with splenectomy Discharged home one week following splenectomy
Bracale U, Ann It Chir 2013 [1] Splenic rupture 36 hours following uncomplicated LC US: important heamoperitoneum with two major blood collections localized respectively in the right and in the left sub-phrenic space laparoscopic exploration + Midline laparotomy with splenectomy Discharged home one week following splenectomy
Geraci G, 2013 Splenic rupture 12 hours following uncomplicated LC CT: Severe heamoperitoneum with two major blood collections localized respectively along the course of hepato-gastric ligament (16 x 5 cm) and in the left sub-phrenic space (active spreading of contrast medium) Midline laparotomy with splenectomy Discharged home one week following splenectomy