Embolization therapy as an alternative to thoracotomy in vascular injuries of the chest wall

Carrillo, Eddy H.; Heniford, B. Todd; Senler, Seyhan O.; Dykes, John R.; Maniscalco, Stephen P.; Richardson, J. David
December 1998
American Surgeon;Dec1998, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p1142
Academic Journal
Determines advantages of embolization therapy over thoracotomy in treating vascular injuries of the chest wall in Louisville, Kentucky. Description of embolization therapy technique; Effectiveness of selective arteriography and transcatheter embolization in diagnosing and controlling hemorrhage; Conventional treatments for hemothorax.


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