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010 Balloon in stent technique for coil embolization of a giant aneurysm. Making reconstructive approach feasible
  1. F Mery,
  2. J Tevah,
  3. J Tapia
  1. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile

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Introduction: Treatment of very wide neck aneurysms is challenging, especially if a deconstructive approach is not possible. When the aneurysm neck compromises more than half of the parent vessel perimeter, obtaining a useful working projection able to distinguish the aneurysm from the parent artery becomes very difficult. In these cases, even with a stent placed covering the aneurysm neck there is no certainty of absence of coil loops protruding into the parent artery. …

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