CTA of an active duodenal bleed
A case of delayed pneumothorax with rapid onset status post percutaneous lung biopsy for recurrent adenocarcinoma after stereotactic radiation
Subclavian artery stenosis and brachial artery FMD causing ischemic fingers from microemboli, successfully treated with primary stenting and angioplasty respectively.
Pain from pathologic compression fractures of the spine can be debilitating. Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) coupled with kyphoplasty is one approach to palliation and stabilization.
Preoperative embolization of a large symptomatic rectal hemangioma with Gelfoam and coils.
Subclavian, innominate and vertebral artery atherosclerosis is a frequently underdiagnosed but important manifestation of peripheral artery disease.
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