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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : CE / contrast extravasation

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Long Form:   contrast extravasation
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2019 Association between contrast extravasation on computed tomography scans and pseudoaneurysm formation in pediatric blunt splenic and hepatic injury: A multi-institutional observational study. AUC, CT, PSA
2019 Impact of contrast extravasation on computed tomography of the psoas major muscle in patients with blunt torso trauma. CT, LTPFs, PMMH, TAE
2019 Novel subtype of atonic postpartum hemorrhage: dynamic computed tomography evaluation of bleeding characteristics and the uterine cavity. CT, PPH
2019 Pelvic fractures with associated retroperitoneal hematoma: time until angioembolization and results. AE, CT, ICU, RPH
2017 Clinical significance of computed tomography contrast extravasation in blunt trauma patients with a pelvic fracture. CT
2016 Contusion Contrast Extravasation Depicted on Multidetector Computed Tomography Angiography Predicts Growth and Mortality in Traumatic Brain Contusion. CT, MDCTA, TBC, TBI
2016 Relative hypotension increases the probability of the need for angioembolisation in pelvic fracture patients without contrast extravasation on computed tomography scan. CT, SBP, TAE
2015 Modeling the pattern of contrast extravasation in acute intracerebral hemorrhage using dynamic contrast-enhanced MR. AP, DCE, HE, ICH
2013 Anterior-posterior compression pelvic fracture increases the probability of requirement of bilateral embolization. APC, IIA
10  2013 Computed tomographic imaging in determining the need of embolization for high-grade blunt renal injury. CT, PRD, TAE
11  2012 Tomographic findings are not always predictive of failed nonoperative management in blunt hepatic injury. BHI, CT, NOM
12  2011 Early parenchymal contrast extravasation predicts subsequent hemorrhage progression, clinical deterioration, and need for surgery in patients with traumatic cerebral contusion. CT
13  2011 The diagnostic accuracy of 64-slice computed tomography in detecting clinically significant arterial bleeding after pelvic fractures. MDCT
14  2010 Evaluation of need for operative intervention in blunt splenic injury: intraperitoneal contrast extravasation has an increased probability of requiring operative intervention. AIS, BSI, CT, ISS
15  2010 The spot sign in intracerebral hemorrhage: the importance of looking for contrast extravasation. CTA, ICH
16  2010 What is the significance of contrast "blush" in pediatric blunt splenic trauma? BSIs, CI, CT, OR
17  2009 Extravasation of intravenous computed tomography scan contrast in blunt abdominal and pelvic trauma. CT
18  2007 Significance of contrast extravasation in patients with pelvic fracture. AP-CT, CT