Marianna Zatelli

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PURPOSE The most common life-threatening complication of pelvic trauma is bleeding. Arterial bleedings frequently require active management, preferably with transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE). Hemodynamic instability and/or contrast extravasation at computer tomography (CT) examination are reliable indicators of arterial injury. Unstable pelvic(More)
INTRODUCTION Spontaneous rupture of the liver is a rare event often associated with the presence of malignant liver disease or occurring in the context of a HELLP syndrome. We present a case of spontaneous rupture of the liver in a patient admitted to our Intensive Care Department with hemoperitoneum in the aftermath of recent surgical clipping of a(More)
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