Clinical effect of superselective arterial embolization for the treatment of massive haemorrhage from pelvic fracture.

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Summary of "Clinical effect of superselective arterial embolization for the treatment of massive haemorrhage from pelvic fracture."

To investigate feasibility and curative effect of superselective arterial embolization for the treatment of massive haemorrhage from pelvic fracture.


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Name: Zhongguo gu shang = China journal of orthopaedics and traumatology
ISSN: 1003-0034
Pages: 1097-1101


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