Management of dysfunctional catheters and tubes inserted by interventional radiology.

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Minimally invasive percutaneous interventions are often used for enteral nutrition, biliary and urinary diversion, intra-abdominal fluid collection drainage, and central venous access. In most cases, radiologic and endoscopic placement of catheters and tubes has replaced the comparable surgical alternative. As experience with catheters and tubes grows, it… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1549371

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@article{Huang2015ManagementOD, title={Management of dysfunctional catheters and tubes inserted by interventional radiology.}, author={Steven Y. Huang and Bjorn I. Engstrom and Matthew P. Lungren and Charles Yoon Kim}, journal={Seminars in interventional radiology}, year={2015}, volume={32 2}, pages={67-77} }