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An unusual case of Dengue heamorrhagic fever complicated with scrotal haematoma: A case report

Authors:

Nimanthi Shashika Premathilake ,

Teaching Hospital Kandy, LK
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Keerthi Kularatne,

Teaching Hospital Kandy, LK
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Dhanusha Senadhira,

Teaching Hospital Kandy, LK
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Shalika Bandara

Teaching Hospital Kandy, LK
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Abstract

Dengue fever is an important arboviral disease with a spectrum ranging from asymptomatic disease to fatal haemorrhagic fever and shock syndrome. Bleeding is a well known complication that may range from skin petechea to fatal haemorrhages. We report a rare case of spontaneous scrotal haematoma in a 14 year old boy with dengue haemorrhagic fever.
How to Cite: Premathilake, N.S., Kularatne, K., Senadhira, D. and Bandara, S., 2018. An unusual case of Dengue heamorrhagic fever complicated with scrotal haematoma: A case report. Anuradhapura Medical Journal, 11(1), pp.19–22. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/amj.v11i1.7627
Published on 04 Sep 2018.
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