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In trauma intervention, what is the greatest indication for embolization?
Which angiographic catheter does Dr. Hamilton typically use for initial pelvic angiograms?
What is the correct description for structures that become displaced due to hematomas that form from internal bleeding?
Which of the following embolic materials is considered temporary and often used in pelvic crush injuries?
Empiric embolization can be performed in trauma interventions when extravasation cannot be identified.
Who pioneered angioplasty?
In trauma interventions, when should a distal embolization method be utilized when treating a bleeding spleen?
In trauma interventions, a combination of Gelfoam and coils can be used to provide a faster embolic response than coils alone.