Monorail Snare Technique for Adherent Microcatheter

Video Author: Michael E. Kelly
Created on: 02.13.2012
Associated with: Neurosurgery. 63(1):ONSE89, July 2008

This is a supplemental video for the manuscript Monorail Snare Technique for the Retrieval of An Adherent Microcatheter From An Onyx Cast: Technical Case Report

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