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Hepatic failure in a rapidly involuting congenital hemangioma of the liver: failure of embolotherapy.
Portal vascular anomalies in Down syndrome: spectrum of clinical presentation and management approach.
Retroperitoneal bleeding after inadvertent laceration of an arterial collateral during central venous catheterization; treatment with embolization.
Infantile myofibroma or lymphatic malformation: differential diagnosis of neonatal cystic cervicofacial lesions.
Renal pseudoaneurysm following laser lithotripsy: endovascular treatment of a rare complication.
Embolization of a large inferior vena cava aneurysm in a child.
Portomesenteric venous thrombosis associated with rectal venous malformations.
Embolization of a bleeding Dieulafoy lesion of the duodenum in a child. Case report and review of the literature.
Lumbar artery pseudoaneurysm following inferior vena cava filter placement.
Neurointerventional management of low-flow vascular malformations of the head and neck.
Percutaneous embolization of a chylous leak from thoracic duct injury in a child.
Vascular malformations revisited.
The retrograde transvenous push-through method: a novel treatment of peripheral arteriovenous malformations with dominant venous outflow.
Percutaneous coil embolization of massive pelvic pseudoaneurysm in an infant.
Endovascular Treatment of Congenital Arterioportal Fistulas.
Preoperative Embolization of Venous Malformations Using n-Butyl Cyanoacrylate.
The Use of Non-ionic Contrast Agent for Lymphangiography and Embolization of the Thoracic Duct.
Massive Coil Nest Migration: Endovascular Retrieval.