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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · November 04, 2016

Unexpected High Rates of Angiography and Angioembolization for Isolated Low-Grade Renal Trauma

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Urology
Unexpected High Rates of Angiography and Angioembolization for Isolated Low-Grade Renal Trauma: Results From a Large, Statewide, Trauma Database
Urology 2016 Nov 01;97(xx)92-97, RA Gor, BA Styskel, T Li, DJ Canter, J Simhan

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