Long-term results of super-selective trans-catheter embolization of the vesical arteries for the treatment of intractable bladder haematuria
CVIR Endovascular, December 2020
Maria Tsitskari, Stavros Spiliopoulos, Chrysostomos Konstantos, Konstantinos Palialexis, Lazaros Reppas, Elias Brountzos
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