Daniel E Wertman

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PURPOSE Salvage therapy for patients with unresectable colorectal liver metastases that were refractory to oxaliplatin and irinotecan was performed via radioactive microspheres. High doses of radiation were delivered to tumors from permanently implanted 90Y microspheres, delivered through the hepatic arterial vessels. METHODS AND MATERIALS Patients from 7(More)
Percutaneous balloon dilation of benign biliary strictures was successful in 15 of 18 patients in whom the procedure was attempted. Successful dilation was achieved in nine of 11 patients who had biliary enteric strictures, with follow-up of 22-55 months (mean, 35.4 months) after catheter removal in seven patients. Five of six strictures in the biliary tree(More)
Iopamidol, a non-ionic contrast agent, was evaluated during peripheral arteriography in 10 patients. All reported a sensation of warmth during injection. One described the procedure as moderately painful. All objectively tolerated the injections well, and there were no significant changes in clinical or laboratory findings. Vessel opacification was good to(More)
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