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Interventional Radiology Should be Competitive—If Haemorrhoids are Arteriovenous Connections, It is Now the Time for Liquids? Commentary on “Superior Rectal Artery Embolisation for Haemorrhoids: What do We Know so Far?”

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Alonso-Burgos, A. Interventional Radiology Should be Competitive—If Haemorrhoids are Arteriovenous Connections, It is Now the Time for Liquids? Commentary on “Superior Rectal Artery Embolisation for Haemorrhoids: What do We Know so Far?”. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 44, 686–688 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00270-021-02788-3

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