Post-operative bleeding following abdominal surgery remains rare. Although
bleeding is usually controlled by symptomatic treatments, surgery or interventional radiology is sometimes necessary. This article reviews the main clinical features that must be recognized and focuses on the role of the radiologist in the management of this complication. This article is largely inspired by an extensive review already published in Diagn Interv Imaging 2015.
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Author(s): Jeanpierre Tasu
Post-operative, Surgery, CT, Diagnosis, Hemorrhage, Embolization, Interventional Radiology,Advances in Diagnostic Interventional Radiography,Oncologic interventional radiology,Abdominal interventional radiology