Abscess Drainage, Percutaneous (Fluoroscopic, Ultrasonic, or CT Guidance)
Help with pain,Fight an infection
Bleeding,More infection,Injury or infection to other organs near the affected area,Trouble passing urine or moving bowels if abscess is in the belly,Tube falls out or moves out of place (if left in for drainage)
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