Detection of Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage After Translumbar Aortography by Computerized Tomography

Yandow, Donald; Wojtowycz, Myron; Alter, Albert; Crummy, Andrew
October 1980
Angiology;Oct1980, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p655
Academic Journal
Thirty-seven patients were examined by CT scan within 24 hours of translumbar aortography. Eighteen of them had signs of hemorrhage, of which psoas asymmetry was the most common. Para-aortic densities and obliteration of the aorta were the next most frequent manifestations. CT scanning can be a useful tool in selected cases to detect or follow hemorrhage after aortography by the translumbar approach.


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