Successful embolization of the dorsal pancreatic artery to control massive upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage.

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Selective arterial embolization is an established technique to control gastrointestinal bleeding in patients who are poor surgical risks and in whom bleeding is uncontrolled by other methods. This article describes the control of upper gastrointestinal bleeding by subselective embolization of a bleeding branch of the dorsal pancreatic artery in a patient… (More)

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@article{Vujic1980SuccessfulEO, title={Successful embolization of the dorsal pancreatic artery to control massive upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage.}, author={Igor Vujic and Michael Anderson and Heather Meredith and J W Cullom}, journal={The American surgeon}, year={1980}, volume={46 3}, pages={184-6} }