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migracion

Existen patologías poco frecuentes asociadas a catéter distal: • Intraperitoneal: hernia inguinal, migración a escroto, perforación de víscera hueca, obstrucción intestinal, vólvulos… • Aurícula derecha: perforación vascular, embolismo pulmonar…

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