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Could the excess fluid from the hematoma have now formed a seroma?
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In brief: Maybe
I do not know where it is located or how the hematoma occurred.
Hematoma is a collection of blood outside the vascular system. As the body resorbs it, the hematoma contents naturally liquefy and sometimes enlarges slightly. The fluid or seroma remaining then usually becomes resorbed and disappears.

In brief: Maybe
I do not know where it is located or how the hematoma occurred.
Hematoma is a collection of blood outside the vascular system. As the body resorbs it, the hematoma contents naturally liquefy and sometimes enlarges slightly. The fluid or seroma remaining then usually becomes resorbed and disappears.
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