Postbiopsy splenic bleeding in a dog model: comparison of cauterization, embolization, and plugging of the needle tract.

@article{Choi2005PostbiopsySB,
  title={Postbiopsy splenic bleeding in a dog model: comparison of cauterization, embolization, and plugging of the needle tract.},
  author={Seung Hong Choi and Jeong Min Lee and Kyoung Ho Lee and Sung Eun Park and Jae Young Lee and Joon Koo Han and Byung Ihn Choi},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={2005},
  volume={185 4},
  pages={878-84}
}
OBJECTIVE The purpose of our study was to compare radiofrequency cauterization, embolization using an absorbable gelatin sponge, and a Histoacryl-Lipiodol mixture plugging as postbiopsy bleeding reduction methods after splenic core needle biopsy in a dog model. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eleven mongrel dogs were randomly separated into nonheparinized (n = 5) and heparinized (n = 6) groups. Eight splenic biopsies per animal were performed using an 18-gauge automated core biopsy needle: two as… CONTINUE READING

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