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Acta Endoscopica

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 183–186 | Cite as

Embolisation d'une artère hémorroïdale à la suite de rectorragies engendrées par une exerèse de polype

  • J. Tongio
  • P. Frank
  • J. J. Wenger
  • J. P. Dupeyron
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Résumé

Les auteurs ont réussi, grâce à l'embolisation artérielle, à juguler des rectorragies incoercibles survenues après exérèse d'un polype rectal résiduel chez un patient ayant subi deux ans auparavant une colectomie totale pour polypose recto-colique. A cette occasion, ils passent en revue l'historique, la technique, les diverses indications et les complications de cette nouvelle méthode d'hémostase paraissant pleine de promesses, en particulier pour le traitement d'urgence de certaines hémorragies digestives.

Embolization of a hemmorrhoidal artery for rectorrhages caused by the exeresis of a polyp

Summary

With selective arterial embolization the authors controled rectorrhages caused by the exeresis of a residual polyp on a patient colectomised two years before forpolyposis intestinalis. They review the history, the technique, the indications and the complications of this new therapy which seems full of promise in some digestive bleeding.

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© Springer-Verlag 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Tongio
    • 1
  • P. Frank
  • J. J. Wenger
  • J. P. Dupeyron
  1. 1.Service de Radiologie-Pavillon Chirurgical AHôpital CivilStrasbourg Cedex

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