breast cancer surgeon can angioembolisation of an artery lead to ischaemia and necrosis of an organ? (Eg. Angioembolisation done in asymptomatic splenic artery aneurysm).
Angioembolization should be reserved as an emergency therapeutic option as it carries a significant risk of tissue infarction.
When performed, advanced techniques ( e.g.,Superselective mesenteric Or Gastroduodenal artery embolization ) can reduce this risk