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Embolization of superior rectal arteries for transfusion dependent haemorrhoidal bleeding in severely cardiopathic patients: a new field of application of the “emborrhoid” technique

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Venturini, M., De Nardi, P., Marra, P. et al. Embolization of superior rectal arteries for transfusion dependent haemorrhoidal bleeding in severely cardiopathic patients: a new field of application of the “emborrhoid” technique. Tech Coloproctol 22, 453–455 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10151-018-1802-5

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