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What Is Role of Hepatic Artery Embolization in Blunt Hepatic Trauma?


Background: Although hepatic artery angiography and angioembolization are not novel approaches to treating hepatic arterial injury, their utilization has become more widespread after nonoperative management became the accepted method of managing blunt hepatic injuries in patients who were hemodynamically stable. The presence of active extravasation or "blush" on CT mandates angiography and angioembolization in many institutions. In the study institution, patients who were hemodynam more...
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