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What is hemopericardium cause?

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Dr. Mary Callahan
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Hemopericardium

Blood in the pericardial sack around the heart can be due to bleeding from one of the arteries on the heart, bleeding from the aorta or aortic aneurysm, cardiac perforation after a procedure or a cardiac wall rupture.
The severity depends upon the cause and treatment ranges from observation to open heart surgery. All of these should be followed by a cardiologist and a surgeon.

In brief: Hemopericardium

Blood in the pericardial sack around the heart can be due to bleeding from one of the arteries on the heart, bleeding from the aorta or aortic aneurysm, cardiac perforation after a procedure or a cardiac wall rupture.
The severity depends upon the cause and treatment ranges from observation to open heart surgery. All of these should be followed by a cardiologist and a surgeon.
Dr. Mary Callahan
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