The role of interventional radiology in trauma.

@article{Gould2006TheRO,
  title={The role of interventional radiology in trauma.},
  author={Jennifer E. Gould and Suresh Vedantham},
  journal={Seminars in interventional radiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          270-8
        }
}
  • Jennifer E. Gould, Suresh Vedantham
  • Published in
    Seminars in interventional…
    2006
  • Medicine
  • Since the development of angiography and transcatheter techniques, interventional radiology has played an important role in the management of trauma patients. The ability to treat life-threatening hemorrhage with transcatheter embolization has spared countless patients the morbidity of surgery. Advances in cross-sectional imaging and increases in understanding of which patients will best benefit from embolization promise to further refine the interventional radiologist's role. As the… CONTINUE READING

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