Effectiveness of ACE68 and ACE64 Catheters in Anterior Circulation Large Vessel Occlusion: Promise Study Subgroup Analysis by Occlusion Location

Rosario Papa, Peter Schramm, Pedro Navia, Joaquin Zamorra Parra, Alejandro Tomasello Weitz, Werner Weber, Jens Fiehler, Patrik Michel, Vitor Pereira, Timo Krings, Laurent Pierot
2019 PAIRS Annual Meeting   unpublished
Right internal iliac artery was then catheterized. Angiography and CBCT showed a less anastomotic right middle rectal artery involvement in hemorrhoid vascularization but confirmed the origin of the bleeding with contrast within the rectum. Hence, only one microcoil was used and some gelfoam pledget. Result(s): Angiographies and CBCT confirmed the origin of the bleeding and showed satisfying final result with complete exclusion of internal hemorrhoids. Stabilization of vital signs was perceived
more » ... signs was perceived during the procedure. A three weeks clinical and endoscopic follow-up showed no recurrence of the bleeding. Conclusion(s): Emborrhoid technique can be used in urgent treatment of massive hemorrhoid bleeding even when the access to the inferior mesenteric artery is not possible by embolizing middle rectal artery as it is the main blood supply of hemorrhoid in this case. CBCT helps identifying the main feeder arteries and guides the embolization.
doi:10.1055/s-0041-1730644 fatcat:7z6y6b6udbavzgs7qgpf6clxqq