Embolización arterial transcatéter vs cirugía | 21 FEB 20

Hemorragia no controlada por úlcera péptica

El objetivo del presente estudio fue comparar, después de la embolización arterial transcatéter, los resultados claves con la cirugía, en úlceras pépticas sangrantes refractarias
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Autor/a: Sverdén E, Mattsson F, Lindström D, Sondén A, Lu Y, Lagergren J Ann Surg 2019; 269(2): 304-309
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