Renal Cell Carcinoma Embolized with PVA

Renal cell carcinoma, a relatively common cancer of the kidney, is a highly vascular lesion that will typically bleed extensively during surgery.  Just prior to surgery this  renal cell carcinoma that had metastasized to the paraspinal soft tissue was embolized using PVA (polyvinyl alcohol), the blue foreign embolic material within the vessel lumen.  This process of embolization was... Continue Reading →

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