[Ataralgesia and local anesthesia in translumbar aorto-arteriography].
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Jan 01, 1990
The use of ionic contrast media for translumbar aortoarteriography frequently results in unwanted movements of lower extremities caused by transient convulsive muscular pains. The use of suitable pretreatment and examination procedure may help to avoid general anesthesia and the ensuing risk. The communication presents the procedure and drugs which enable making aortoarteriography without general anesthesia faster and without muscular pains in the extremities.
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