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The Effects of Splenic Artery Embolization on Nonoperative Management of Blunt Splenic Injury: A 16-Year ExperienceSABE, Ashraf A; CLARIDGE, Jeffrey A; ROSENBLUM, David I et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2009, Vol 67, Num 3, pp 565-572, issn 1079-6061, 8 p.Conference Paper

The Real Risk of Splenectomy After Discharge Home Following Nonoperative Management of Blunt Splenic Injury. DiscussionZARZAUR, Ben L; VASHI, Satyam; MAGNOTTI, Louis J et al.ZARZAUR, Ben L; The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2009, Vol 66, Num 6, pp 1531-1538, issn 1079-6061, 8 p.Conference Paper

Variation in the Use of Urgent Splenectomy After Blunt Splenic Injury in AdultsZARZAUR, Ben L; CROCE, Martin A; FABIAN, Timothy C et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2011, Vol 71, Num 5, pp 1333-1339, issn 1079-6061, 7 p.Article

Angioembolization Reduces Operative Intervention for Blunt Splenic InjuryWEI, Benjamin; HEMMILA, Mark R; ARBABI, Saman et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2008, Vol 64, Num 6, pp 1472-1477, issn 1079-6061, 6 p.Article

Distal Splenic Artery Hemodynamic Changes During Transient Proximal Splenic Artery Occlusion in Blunt Splenic Injury Patients: A Mechanism of Delayed Splenic HemorrhageREQUARTH, Jay A.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2010, Vol 69, Num 6, pp 1423-1426, issn 1079-6061, 4 p.Article

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