Intrauterine blood clot

Dr Henry Knipe and Radswiki et al.

Intrauterine blood clot can result from a number of situations in gravid, non-gravid and postpartum states. It can mimic many other pathologies.

Any condition that predisposes to an intrauterine haemorrhage can potentially result in an intrauterine blood clot.

  • may be seen as material expanding the uterine cavity (if large) or focal intracavitary content (if small)
  • the echotexture is usually heterogeneous although can vary according to the stage of clot
  • colour Doppler interrogation shows no associated flow: this can be a useful distinction with other differential diagnoses

There can be a relatively wide differential depending on the clinical context:

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rID: 15011
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Blood clot within the endometrial cavity
  • Intra uterine clot
  • Intra uterine blood clot
  • Intra-uterine blood products
  • Intra-uterine blood clot
  • Intra uterine blood clots

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