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Fig. 5 | Journal of Trauma Management & Outcomes

Fig. 5

From: Ultrasound-guided thrombin injection for treatment of superficial traumatic pseudoaneurysms and associated expanding hematomas: experience in five patients

Fig. 5

a Right renal artery angiogram demonstrates a large pseudoaneurysm arising from an interpolar branch of the right renal artery. b Renal sonography with color Doppler performed 3 days following glue embolization demonstrates persistent flow to the pseudoaneurysm. c Repeat renal angiography fails to demonstrate the residual pseudoaneurysm.d and e Color Doppler images of the right kidney before and following administration of 200 units of thrombin confirm no vascular flow in the pseudoaneurysm post-injection. f CTA examination performed 2 months following ultrasound-guided thrombin injection confirms occlusion of the pseudoaneurysm

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