Visceral and Non-vascular Percutaneous Therapy: A Teaching File

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Apr 1, 2002 - Medical - 447 pages
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The perfect complement to Dr. Uflacker's Endovascular Therapy, this easy-to-follow casebook walks readers through key interventional procedures, including embolization in the visceral territory, trauma management, bleeding control, cancer treatment, percutaneous drainage, ablation, and much more. Each procedure is described in a series of cases drawn from teaching files in major medical centers. Each case includes a statement of orientation, representative figures, and a quick comment about the problem and its treatment options. With this logical, complete, and consistently formatted coverage, this volume ensures clear understanding and certain mastery of today's most important percutaneous techniques. The book includes over 200 cases and more than 1,300 illustrations.

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RD598.5.U354 2001 VOL. 2

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