IAGS 2000_Feb01_Dhar.qxd


Intravisceral bleeding is a life-threatening situation demanding fast and active steps to control, unless it stops spontaneously as in a few lucky patients. A surgical approach is a major intervention with its associated procedural risks when the site is in organs other than the spleen. The transcatheter approach helps in precise location and embolization… (More)


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