Which of the following are true regarding bronchial artery embolisation for uncontrolled haemoptysis?
a) The spinal artery of Adamkiewicz should always be identified before embolisation
b) Embolisation coils should be deployed at the origin of the hypertrophied bronchial artery
c) Abdominal pain is a known complication
d) Control of massive haemoptysis is achieved in only 20% of cases
e) If a rebleed occurs, a repeat embolisation is unlikely to be successful

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