After an introductory chapter on advantages and limitations of individual embolic agents and technical aspects of embolization, chapters detail equipment, techniques, complications, and outcomes in angiographic control of hemorrhage in trauma; embolotherapy of tumors, miscellaneous lesions, and vascular malformation; neuro-embolization; and embolotherapy of varicoceles. This is the first volume in the series. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Embolotherapy of Tumors
Embolotherapy of Miscellaneous Lesions
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