Alaceration of the spleen is a tear or rupture of the spleen, an organ that filters and stores blood. Although the spleen is an important organ, it is not vital, and some people live without it because other organs take over its functions. Normally, this injury comes as a result of trauma to the spleen, as in a car accident or sports related accident. A Laceration of the spleen is categorized as being one of five levels, with five being the most serious because it is the point where the laceration actually destroys the spleen. In most cases, however, a Laceration of the Spleen is much less severe and can even heal without surgery. Regardless, all spleen treatments are serious and should be monitored with extreme care; most times, a person with a Laceration of the Spleen must restrict their activity for at least four weeks.
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