• Selective hepatic artery ligation (SHAL) was successfully employed to control delayed massive hepatic hemorrhage in two patients. Preoperative arteriography in one patient identified an anomalous origin of the right hepatic artery and facilitated SHAL.
(Arch Surg 115:92, 1980)
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