High Resolution Angioscopic Imaging During Endovascular Neurosurgery Video 2

Video Author: Timo Krings
Created on: 07.18.2014
Associated with: Neurosurgery. 75(2):171-180, August 2014

SFE video demonstrating visualization of a 0.014” microwire selecting various branches of the renal artery. No proximal flow arrest with a coaxial balloon was necessary as the SFE is housed within a 6F distal access catheter which is nearly occlusive in the parent artery at this level.

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