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Massive hemoptysis (600 ml in 48 hours) has an ominous prognosis with a mortality of 50 to 100% in medically treated patients and up to 35% in patients undergoing operation. Surgical resection has been the procedure of choice in patients with massive hemoptysis. Those with a contraindication to operation present a particularly frustrating problem. We have(More)
Eleven segmental and eight total renal artery occlusions were evaluated by sonography in transplanted kidneys of 19 adult mongrel dogs. The segmental occlusions were serially scanned daily or every other day for up to 35 days. The total occlusions were scanned daily for up to 10 days. Each occlusion was confirmed angiographically, and kidneys were examined(More)
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