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Embolization for High-Flow Priapism

Mark Horvath, DO; and Daniel LoCascio, MS, MD

April 2016—CASE PRESENTATION Figure 1. Dynamic cont

Needle- and Microcatheter-Guided Coiling of a 6-cm Internal Iliac Artery Aneurysm

Saam Tabar, MD

April 2016—CASE PRESENTATION A 63-year-old man presented with a large, 6-cm traumatic aneurysmal arteriovenous fistula of the left internal iliac artery, likely secondary to the bulle…

Coiling a Type II Endoleak With a 2-RO, 155-cm Direxion™ Microcatheter

Ying Wei Lum, MD

April 2016—CASE DESCRIPTION AND DISCUSSION A patient presented with a type II endoleak with a long and tortuous feeding vessel, which we believed to be the inferior mesenteric ar…

Exceptional Deliverability of the Expel™ Drainage Catheter With Twist-Loc™ Hub

R. Dana Tomalty, MD

April 2016—CASE DESCRIPTION Figure 1. A patient presented with a staghorn calculus, a large stone that takes up more than one branch of the

Combined Transfemoral and Transhepatic Embolization of Gastric Varices

Moni Stein, MD, FSIR

April 2016—Over the last few years, an alternative to the transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) procedure has emerged -- balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliterati…

The MVP™ Microvascular Plug

Anuj Malhotra, MD; and Gary P. Siskin, MD

April 2016—A valuable addition to the armamentarium for peripheral embolization.

Visceral Artery Aneurysms: Six Tips From Approach to Treatment

Shamar Young, MD; Prashant Shrestha, MD; and Jafar Golzarian, MD

April 2016—Helpful tips on when and how to successfully treat visceral artery aneurysms.

Management of Type II Endoleaks

Ripal T. Gandhi, MD, FSVM; Yolanda Bryce, MD; Suvranu Ganguli, MD; Justin McWilliams, MD; and Geogy Vatakencherry, MD

April 2016—Available options for treating the most common type of endoleak after EVAR.

 

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