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What is Seroma?

Description of the disease

Seroma is the formation of a cystic cavity in tissues filled with serous fluid. Seroma usually occurs after surgery or trauma and can cause discomfort and swelling.


  • Postoperative seroma
  • Traumatic seroma
  • Seroma after injections


  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Hard formation under the skin


Seroma usually forms due to the accumulation of lymph or serous fluid in the area of injury or surgery.


The diagnosis of seroma is usually made based on physical examination and ultrasound.


In most cases, seroma resolves on its own, but in some cases, removal of the fluid may be necessary through needle aspiration or surgical intervention.


To prevent seroma, it is important to carefully handle the injured area, monitor for excessive drainage, and seek medical attention in a timely manner.


Seroma treatment is carried out by a surgeon or traumatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.