Endovascular management of hemorrhage in patients with head and neck cancer.

@inproceedings{Morrissey1997EndovascularMO,
  title={Endovascular management of hemorrhage in patients with head and neck cancer.},
  author={David D. Morrissey and Peter E. Andersen and Gary M. Nesbit and Stanley L. Barnwell and Edwin C. Everts and James I. Cohen},
  year={1997}
}
Objective: To present selective endovascular embolization as a therapeutic alternative to surgical ligation in the management of hemorrhage in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. Design: Retrospective chart review of patients with head and neck cancer and significant hemorrhage who were treated with selective endovascular embolization. Setting: A university medical center. Patients: A total of 12 patients, aged 26 to 72 years, with 13 episodes of hemorrhage were treated at… CONTINUE READING

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