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Management of complex, two chamber false aneurysm by thrombin injections
  1. G Görge,
  2. T Kunz
  1. g.gorge{at}

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False aneurysms develop at the puncture site in up to 6% of percutaneous cardiovascular procedures. Previous management of false aneurysms consisted of surgical repair or compression therapy. Drawbacks of surgery are its invasiveness, compression therapy pain, and prolonged compression bandages. An alternative to both is selective injection of thrombin into the false …

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