Recent Subsegmental Splenic Infarction: Hypervascular Appearance on Angiography

Rees, Chet R.; Becker, Gary J.; Roe, Susan; Dalsing, Michael
November 1986
Angiology;Nov1986, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p793
Academic Journal
The authors describe a case of a focal splenic infarction with a hypervascular appearance on selective splenic arteriography. This appearance of splenic infarction has never before been reported. Angiographers should be aware of this unusual presentation of splenic infarction when they encounter an unexplained focal hypervascular area.


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