|ECR 2018 / C-1468|
|Gastro-intestinal haemorrhage (GIH), review of literature and current radiological management|
Methods and materials
74 consecutive patients with GIH (mean age 67.8y), from April 2011-September 2017), underwent to multiphasic CTA and-or DSA for imaging the site-size of bleeding, arterial/venous origin, and visceral complications. The treatment was intra-arterial trans-catheter embolization, using coils, glue or others embolic agents. Patient’s age, sex, aetiology of bleeding, on-set time of symptom, hemoglobin at presentation and rate of occlusion and ischemic complications were recorded and correlated using a multiple logistic regression analysis.
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