Defect Closure — Coil Embolization

  • Jonathan J. Rome
  • Stanton B. Perry

Abstract

Vascular occlusions may be achieved using a wide variety of methods including device closure, coil embolization, and particulate embolization. For a particular lesion, the optimal closure technique is best determined by considering the anatomy in the context of the specific goals of the occlusion.

Keywords

Pulmonary Artery Patent Ductus Arteriosus Coil Embolization Pulmonary Blood Flow Innominate Vein 
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  • Jonathan J. Rome
  • Stanton B. Perry

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