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Acute arterial gastrointestinal hemorrhage: efficacy of transcatheter control.
Sixty-five sites of arterial gastrointestinal hemorrhage in 63 patients were managed with transcatheter therapy. Arterial vasopressin infusion was attempted primarily for all but three sites;Expand
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Iatrogenic carotid-cavernous fistula following Fogarty catheter thromboendarterectomy. Case report.
A case of iatrogenic carotid-cavernous fistula secondary to a Fogarty catheter thrombectomy is presented. The literature and seven previously reported cases are reviewed.
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Recognition of subdural hematoma secondary to ruptured aneurysm by computerized tomography.
Abstract Patients with a ruptured intracranial aneurysm may have a subdural hematoma. The subdural hematoma may present as the primary radiologic finding, a minor concurrent finding accompanying aExpand
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Intervertebral disk-space infection: CT changes. Work in progress.
Seven patients who had spinal interspace infections underwent clinical, laboratory, and radiographic examinations, and findings are reported. Lytic fragmentation of adjacent vertebral bodies is aExpand
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Aneurysms of persistent trigeminal arteries
SummaryTwo cases of asymptomatic aneurysm of a primitive trigeminal artery, discovered incidentally at angiography for other reasons, are presented.
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Neuroradiologic applications of intraarterial digital subtraction angiography.
In the neuroradiologic evaluation of 118 patients using intraarterial digital subtraction angiography definite advantages and disadvantages were defined. Advantages include reduction of contrastExpand
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Detachable balloon closure of carotid-jugular fistulas in dogs.
The authors' experience using the Debrun detachable balloon catheter system in occluding surgically-created carotid-jugular fistulas is described. Useful technical points in preparing and using theExpand
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