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JACC'S IMAGING CASES IN CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTION

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9780323673716 ::  JACC'S IMAGING CASES IN CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTION
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<P>HERE IN ONE COHESIVE AND EDUCATIONAL VOLUME ARE OVER <B>275 KEY CASES</B> FROM THE <I>JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY: CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTION’S</I> POPULAR "IMAGES IN INTERVENTION" COLUMN. CAREFULLY SELECTED AND ORGANIZED TOPICALLY WITH ADDED COMMENTARIES, THIS COLLECTION PRESENTS <B>CASES THAT ARE INSTRUCTIONAL, UNUSUAL, AND MULTIFACETED</B>, RANGING <B>FROM THE MOST COMMON TO VERY RARE</B>. THE IMAGES AND EXPLANATIONS, BOTH IN PRINT AND ONLINE, GIVE A HIGHLY VISUAL AND INFORMATIVE UNDERSTANDING OF SOME OF THE MOST COMPLEX INTERVENTIONAL CASES AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS.</P>

<P>CHAPTER 1: CORONARY ANATOMY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY</P> <I><U> <P>CORONARY ANOMALIES</P></I> </U> <P>1. A RARE CASE OF ANOMALOUS ORIGINAL LEFT CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY STENOSIS AFTER ARTIFICIAL MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>2. ANOMALOUS ORIGIN OF COMMON LEFT CORONARY ARTERY FROM THE RIGHT CORONARY SINUS UNUSUAL ANATOMICAL VARIATION</P><I> </I> <P>3. ANOMALOUS ACUTE LEFT MAIN MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DUE TO COMPRESSION BETWEEN PULMONARY ARTERY AND AORTA BY ACUTE PULMONARY THROMBOEMBOLISM</P><I> </I> <P>4. ANOMALOUS ORIGIN OF LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY FROM INNOMINATE ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>5. ANOMALOUS ORIGIN OF THE LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY FROM THE AORTIC ARCH</P><I> </I> <P>6. ANOMALOUS ORIGIN OF THE 'NON-CULPRIT' RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY FROM THE LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY IN A PATIENT WITH ANTEROLATERAL STEMI</P><I> </I> <P>7. CONCOMITANT ANOMALOUS RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY AND IATROGENIC LEFT CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY ENTRAPMENT, TREATED SUCCESSFULLY WITH PCI</P><I> </I> <P>8. DUAL ANOMALOUS ORIGINS OF THE THYROCERVICAL TRUNK AND LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>9. MULTIMODALITY IMAGING OF AN ANOMALOUS CONNECTION OF THE RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY WITH AORTIC INTRAMURAL COURSE</P><I> </I> <P>10. ORIGIN OF RIGHT AND LEFT CORONARY ARTERIES FROM THE RIGHT SINUS OF VALSALVA AS A COMMON CORONARY TRUNK</P><I> </I> <P>11. PRIMARY PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTION IN A PATIENT WITH ANTERIOR AND INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DUE TO RARE CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALY</P><I> </I> <P>12. RIGHT AORTIC ARCH WITH LEFT SIDED ARTERIA LUSORIA: A CHALLENGE TO RADIAL INTERVENTIONALIST</P><I> </I> <P>13. RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY WITH ANOMALOUS ORIGIN: THE ROLE OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES</P><I> <B><U> <P>CORONARY ANEURYSMS</P></B></I> </U> <P>14. A GIANT CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSM TREATED WITH A NEW-GENERATION DRUG ELUTING STENT</P><I> </I> <P>15. ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION CAUSED BY LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY COMPRESSION DUE TO AMYCOTIC ANEURYSM OF THE SINUS OF VALSALVA</P><I> </I> <P>16. FORMATION OF INFECTIOUS CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSMS AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION IN A PATIENT WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DUE TO SEPTIC EMBOLISM</P><I> </I> <P>17. LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY GRAFT DECOMPRESSION BY COVERED STENT TREATMENT OF AN ADJACENT SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT PSEUDOANEURYSM</P><I> <P> :</P></I> <P>18. RECURRENT MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONS DUE TO THROMBOSIS OF A CORONARY ANEURYSM IN NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE: IS ANTIPLATELET TREATMENT ENOUGH?</P><I> </I> <P>19. SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS MYCOTIC ANEURYSM OF STENTED SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT TO CORONARY ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>20. SINUS OF VALSALVA ANEURYSM CAUSING EXTRINSIC COMPRESSION OF THE LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY</P><I> <B><U> <P>UNUSUAL OBSTRUCTIONS</P></B></I> </U> <P>21. A BEATING LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>22. A FREESTYLE PROBLEM</P><I> </I> <P>23. ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME RESULTING FROM SYSTOLIC COMPRESSION OF LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY SECONDARY TO AORTIC SUBVALVULAR ANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>24. AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF STEMI</P><I> </I> <P>25. CANCER IN THE LAD</P><I> </I> <P>26. CHEST PAIN POST-AORTIC VALVE SURGERY; IS IT SERIOUS?</P><I> </I> <P>27. FIVE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP AFTER STENTING FOR IATROGENIC CORONARY STENOSIS DUE TO MITRAL ANNULOPLASTY: INSIGHTS WITH MULTIPLE IMAGING MODALITIES</P><I> </I> <P>28. LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING CORONARY ARTERY OCCLUSION DURING TRANSCATHETER PULMONARY VALVE IMPLANTATION: SUCCESSFUL RESCUE PERCUTANEOUS REVASCULARIZATION.</P><I> </I> <P>29. LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY COMPRESSION BY AN ENLARGED PULMONARY ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>30. LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY OCCLUSION DUE TO THROMBUS EMBOLIZATION FROM A PROSTHETIC MITRAL VALVE</P><I> </I> <P>31. LEFT MAIN CORONARY EMBOLIZATION AFTER DIRECT CURRENT CARDIOVERSION FOR PERSISTENT ATRIAL FLUTTER IN THE ABSENCE OF DETECTABLE INTRACARDIAC THROMBI</P><I> </I> <P>32. PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTION OF AN ACUTE LEFT MAIN CORONARY OCCLUSION DUE TO DISSECTION OF THE AORTIC ROOT</P><I> </I> <P>33. SIMULTANEOUS CORONARY AND PULMONARY ANGIOGRAPHY TO DIAGNOSE CRITICAL LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY STENOSIS SECONDARY TO DILATED PULMONARY ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>34. SPONTANEOUS AORTIC THROMBOSIS CAUSING LEFT MAIN CORONARY OCCLUSION IN A MAN WITH SECONDARY POLYCYTHEMIA</P> <P>35. INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND-DIAGNOSED ACUTE AORTIC DISSECTION INVOLVING LEFT MAIN CLOSURE</P> <P>36. NATIVE AORTIC VALVE THROMBOSIS LEADING TO ST-SEGMENT ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION</P> <B><I><U> <P>CORONARY SPASM</P></B></I> </U> <P>37. COCAINE-INDUCED CORONARY VASOSPASM USING OCT IMAGING TO GUIDE MANAGEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>38. GRAVE'S DISEASE INDUCED CORONARY VASOSPASM</P><I> </I> <P>39. SEVERE GENERALIZED RESISTANT SPASM OF RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CAUSING HEMODYNAMIC COLLAPSE AFTER STENTING</P> <P>40. DIFFUSE CORONARY SPASM IN A PATIENT WITH A RECENT STENT</P> <B><I><U> <P>SPONTANEOUS DISSECTION/HEMATOMA</P></B></I> </U> <P>41. 3D IV-OCT RENDERING ASSESSMENT OF SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION CONCOMITANT WITH LEFT MAIN OSTIAL CRITICAL STENOSIS</P><I> </I> <P>42. A RARE CASE OF SPONTANEOUS DISSECTION IN A LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFT IN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME</P><I> </I> <P>43. ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME WITH CLEAR CORONARY ARTERY: THE CASE FOR CONCEALED CORONARY HEMATOMA</P><I> </I> <P>44. COCAINE-INDUCED CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION</P><I> </I> <P>45. COMPLETE HEALING OF SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION DEMONSTRATED BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY IN A YOUNG POSTPARTUM FEMALE PRESENTING WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME</P><I> </I> <P>46. ENDOVASCULAR IMAGING OF ANGIOGRAPHICALLY INVISIBLE SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION</P><I> </I> <P>47. FIBROMUSCULAR DYSPLASIA PRESENTED WITH SPONTANEOUS DISSECTION OF THE LEFT MAIN ARTERY</P><I> </I> <P>48. IS THIS SPONTANEOUS CORONARY INTRAMURAL HEMATOMA OR FIBROTIC PLAQUE? AN INCONSISTENT FINDING BETWEEN OPTICAL COHERENT TOMOGRAPHY AND INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND</P><I> </I> <P>49. MULTIVESSEL SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION MIMICKING ATHEROSCLEROSIS</P><I> </I> <P>50. SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION: FAILURE OF THE CONSERVATIVE STRATEGY DUE TO PREDOMINANCE OF THE FALSE LUMEN</P><I> <B><U> <P>CORONARY PATHOLOGY</P></B></I> </U> <P>51. ACUTE INFERIOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION COMPLICATED BY A VERY LARGE VENTRICULAR SEPTAL RUPTURE AND CARDIOGENIC SHOCK</P><I> </I> <P>52. PLAQUE EROSION: IN VIVO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT GUIDED BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>53. RECANALIZED THROMBUS TREATED WITH A PACLITAXEL-COATED BALLOON INSIGHTS FROM OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>54. RESCUE PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION REVEALING IMPENDING LEFT VENTRICLE RUPTURE</P> <P>55. CARDIOVASCULAR INTERVENTIONS IN THE MODERN AGE: THE MILLION DOLLAR MAN</P><I> </I> <P>56. DETECTION OF ANGIOSCOPIC YELLOW PLAQUE BY INTRA-CORONARY NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY</P><I> </I> <P>57. DISTINCT PATTERN OF CONSTRICTIVE REMODELING IN RADIOTHERAPY INDUCED CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE</P><I> </I> <P>58. QUANTITATIVE OCT TISSUE TYPE IMAGING FOR LIPID-CORE PLAQUE DETECTION</P><I> </I> <P>599. STIFF CORONARY STENOSIS IN A YOUNG FEMALE WITH PSEUDOXANTHOMA ELASTICUM</P> <P>60. A HONEYCOMB-LIKE STRUCTURE IN THE LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING CORONARY ARTERY: DEMONSTRATION OF RECANALIZED THROMBUS BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P> <P>61. DVT OF THE HEART: A NOVEL TREATMENT FOR AN OLD PROBLEM</P> <P>62. THROMBOCYTOSIS AND CORONARY OCCLUSION</P><I> <B><U> <P>STENT PATHOLOGY</P></B></I> </U> <P>63. IN-STENT THIN-CAP FIBROATHEROMA AFTER DRUG-ELUTING STENT IMPLANTATION: EX VIVO EVALUATION OF OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY AND INTRACORONARY ANGIOSCOPY</P> <P>64. BIOMECHANICAL ASSESSMENT OF FULLY BIORESORBABLE DEVICES</P><I> </I> <P>65. CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSM AFTER BVS-EVEROLIMUS STENT IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>66. EXTREMELY LATE CATCH-UP PHENOMENON AFTER FIRST-GENERATION SIROLIMUS-ELUTING STENT IN LEFT MAIN STEM: INSIGHTS FROM OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>67. MULTIPLE INTERSTRUT CAVITIES: A POTENTIAL MECHANISM FOR VERY LATE STENT THROMBOSIS? INSIGHTS FROM OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>68. NEWLY ONSET CORONARY ANEURISM AND LATE-ACQUIRED INCOMPLETE SCAFFOLD APPOSITION AFTER FULL POLYMER JACKET OF A CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSION WITH BIORESORBABLE SCAFFOLDS</P><I> </I> <P>69. OCT FINDINGS IN VERY LATE (4 YEARS) PACLITAXEL-ELUTING STENT THROMBOSIS</P><I> </I> <P>70. OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY IMAGES OF A CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSM IN AN INFARCT RELATED ARTERY 6 MONTHS POST BARE-METAL STENT IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>71. RECURRENT NEOATHEROSCLEROSIS AFTER BIORESORBABLE VASCULAR SCAFFOLD TREATMENT OF IN-STENT RESTENOSIS.</P><I> </I> <B> <P>CHAPTER 2: COMPLICATIONS OF CORONARY INTERVENTION </P> <I><U> <P>STENT THROMBOSIS</P></B></U> </I> <P>72. ACUTE STENT THROMBOSIS: TECHNICAL COMPLICATION OR INADEQUATE ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY? AN OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY STUDY</P><I> </I> <P>73. AN UNUSUAL CASE OF STENT IN STENT THROMBOSIS</P><I> </I> <P>74. DELAYED HEALING OF A CORONARY STENT GRAFT</P><I> </I> <P>75. MULTIVESSEL HONEYCOMB-LIKE STRUCTURE FINDING IN OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>76. OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ASSESSMENT OF LATE INTRA-SCAFFOLD DISSECTION: A NEW CHALLENGE OF BIORESORBABLE SCAFFOLDS</P><I> </I> <P>77. PHANTOM STENT THROMBOSIS: INTRACORONARY IMAGING INSIGHTS.</P><I> </I> <P>78. TWO CASES OF CORONARY STENT THROMBOSIS VERY LATE AFTER BARE-METAL STENTING</P><I> </I> <P>79. VERY LATE STENT THROMBOSIS 5 YEARS AFTER IMPLANTATION OF A SIROLIMUS-ELUTING STENT OBSERVED BY ANGIOSCOPY AND OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P> <P>80. CROSS-SECTIONAL AND LONGITUDINAL POSITIVE REMODELING AFTER SUBINTIMAL STENT IMPLANTATION: MULTIPLE LATE CORONARY ANEURYSMS</P> <P>81. IN-STENT PROTRUSION AFTER IMPLANTATION OF A DRUG ELUTING STENT IN A HONEYCOMB-LIKE CORONARY ARTERY STRUCTURE: COMPLETE RESOLUTION OVER 6 MONTHS AND THE ROLE OF OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY IMAGING IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND FOLLOW-UP</P><I> <B><U> <P>CORONARY DISSECTIONS AND HEMATOMAS</P></B></I> </U> <P>82. INTRAMURAL HEMATOMA APPEARING AS A NEW LESION FOLLOWING CORONARY STENTING </P> <P>83. RUPTURED NEOATHEROSCLEROSIS PRESENTING AS A LARGE INTRA-STENT NEONTIMAL DISSECTION</P> <P>84. ACUTE CLOSURE DUE TO EXTRA-MEDIAL HEMATOMA 3 HOURS AFTER STENTING</P><I> </I> <P>85. AORTOCORONARY DISSECTION WITH EXTENSION TO THE SUPRARENAL ABDOMINAL AORTA: A RARE COMPLICATION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>86. CATHETER-INDUCED STENT OCCLUSION: UNCOMMON COMPLICATION DURING DIAGNOSTIC ANGIOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>87. EXTRAORDINARY SUBINTIMAL BLEEDING AFTER CORONARY STENTING</P><I> </I> <P>88. INDEX AND FOLLOW-UP OCT IMAGING DEMONSTRATING RESOLUTION OF POST STENT INTRAMURAL HEMATOMA MANAGED CONSERVATIVELY</P><I> </I> <P>89. IN-STENT DISSECTION CAUSES NO FLOW DURING PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>90. INTIMOMEDIAL ABRASION COMPLICATING CORONARY THROMBUS ASPIRATION</P><I> </I> <P>91. RAPID GROWTH OF GIANT CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSM FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF STENT EDGE DISSECTION</P><U> <B><I> <P>CORONARY PERFORATIONS</P></B></I> </U> <P>92. RESPECT THE SEPTAL PERFORATOR SEPTAL ARTERY PERFORATION DURING CTO PCI RESULTING IN MASSIVE INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTAL HEMATOMA AND BIVENTRICULAR CARDIAC OBSTRUCTIVE SHOCK</P><I> </I> <P>93. RIGHT VENTRICULAR FREE WALL HEMATOMA: CONTEMPORARY MULTIMODAL IMAGING</P><I> </I> <P>94. SEVERE INTRAMYOCARDIAL HEMATOMA AS A COMPLICATION OF RETROGRADE APPROACH IN CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSION</P><I> </I> <P>95. WHEN COLLATERAL DAMAGE DOES MATTER - IATROGENIC VENTRICULAR SEPTAL RUPTURE AFTER PCI OF THE LAD</P><U> <B><I> <P>COMPLICATIONS OF DIAGNOSTIC CATHETERIZATION</P></B></I> </U> <P>96. INTRACORONARY BUBBLES: IATROGENIC AIR EMBOLISM ASSESSED WITH OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P> <P>97. AORTIC REGURGITATION AFTER CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION</P> <B><I><U> <P>EQUIPMENT DISLODGEMENT AND FRACTURE</P> </B></I></U> <P>98. A POTENTIAL PROCEDURAL COMPLICATION TWO YEARS AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION TO TREAT LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY LESIONS WITH THE T-STENTING AND SMALL PROTRUSION TECHNIQUE</P><I> </I> <P>99. ACCIDENTAL EXTRACTION OF A STENT IMPLANTED THREE YEARS AGO BY A DISLODGED STENT: A RARE COMPLICATION OF PCI</P><I> </I> <P>100. FREQUENCY-DOMAIN OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ASSESSMENT OF STENT CONSTRICTION 9-MONTH AFTER SIROLIMUS-ELUTING STENT IMPLANTATION IN A HIGHLY CALCIFIED PLAQUE</P><I> </I> <P>101. FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH SUCCESSFUL PERCUTANEOUS RETRIEVAL OF RETAINED FRACTURED IMPELLA DEVICE.</P><I> </I> <P>102. GUIDEWIRE SELF-EXTRUSION AFTER ENTRAPMENT OF DISTAL PROTECTION DEVICE DURING SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT ANGIOPLASTY</P><I> </I> <P>103. IDENTIFICATION OF FRAGMENTED BALLOON MATERIALS IN CORONARY ARTERIES BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY (OCT)</P><I> </I> <P>104. IMPELLA 5.0 FRACTURE AND TRANSCATHETER RETRIEVAL</P><I> </I> <P>105. LATE COMPLICATION: XIENCE V STENT FRACTURES WITH RESTENOSIS IMAGES IN INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>106. SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR AN UNDEFLATABLE STENT BALLOON IN THE LEFT MAIN STEM</P><I> </I> <P>107. SUCCESSFUL RETRIEVAL OF ENTRAPPED BALLOON WITH OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY GUIDANCE</P><I> </I> <P>108. USEFULNESS OF ROTATIONAL ATHERECTOMY PREVENTING POLYMER DAMAGE OF EVEROLIMUS-ELUTING STENT IN CALCIFIED CORONARY ARTERY</P><I> <B><U> <P>ACCESS SITE COMPLICATIONS</P></B></I></U> <P>109. ABERRANT RIGHT SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY HEMATOMA FOLLOWING RADIAL CATHETERIZATION</P><I> </I> <P>110. ARTERIOVENOUS RADIAL FISTULA: A RARE AND DELAYED COMPLICATION FROM CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>111. DIGITAL GANGRENE FOLLOWING TRANS-RADIAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAM</P><I> </I> <P>112. FROM RADIAL ARTERY TO EMBOLUS: A RARE COMPLICATION OF TRANSRADIAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>113. IATROGENIC SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM COMPLICATING A TRANSRADIAL PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>114. RECURRENT VASOSPASTIC MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONS AND HAND NECROSIS</P><I> </I><B> <P>CHAPTER 3: CORONARY INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES</P> <I><U> <P>CORONARY ANEURYSMS</P></B></I> </U> <P>115. A GIANT CORONARY ARTERY ANEURYSM TREATED USING WITH MULTIPLE OVERLAPPING COVERED STENTS</P><I> </I> <P>116. ENDOVASCULAR COIL EMBOLIZATION OF BEHET DISEASE RELATED GIANT ANEURYSM OF THE RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY AFTER FAILURE OF SURGICAL SUTURE</P><I> </I> <P>117. OCCLUSION OF A LARGE EXPANDING SAPHENOUS VEIN BYPASS GRAFT ANEURYSM WITH PERCUTANEOUSLY INJECTED ETHYLENE-VINYL ALCOHOL COPOLYMER (ONYX)</P><I> </I> <P>118. OVERLAPPING STENTS INTERVENTION TREATMENT OF A GIANT RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>119. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF A SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT ANEURYSM CAUSING LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY COMPRESSION AND LEFT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION</P><I> </I> <P>120. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF GIANT SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT ANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>121. PERCUTANEOUS LUMINAL RECONSTRUCTION OF GIANT SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT ANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>122. RECONSTRUCTION OF RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY WITH TWO GIANT ANEURYSMS IN SERIES USING THREE OVERLAPPED COVERED STENTS.</P><I> <B><U> <P>CORONARY FISTULAE</P></B></I></U> <P>123. PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR CONTROL OF POSTOPERATIVE BLEEDING IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC ANGIOSARCOMA</P> <P>124. ANTEROGRADE PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY-CAMERAL FISTULA CLOSURE EMPLOYING A GUIDE IN GUIDE TECHNIQUE</P><I> </I> <P>125. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY FISTULA USING AVP II AND ADO I</P><I> </I> <P>126. PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTION TO LARGE LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY FISTULA POST RIGHT VENTRICULAR BIOPSY IN A TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT</P><I> <B><U> <P>CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSIONS</P></B></I> </U> <P>127. FOLLOW-UP IMPROVEMENT OF DISTAL VESSEL DIAMETER AFTER SUCCESSFUL CHRONIC TOTAL CORONARY OCCLUSION RECANALIZATION</P><I> </I> <P>128. SUBINTIMAL CRUSH OF AN OCCLUDED STENT TO RECANALIZE A CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSION DUE TO IN-STENT RESTENOSIS: INSIGHTS FROM A MULTIMODALITY IMAGING APPROACH</P><I> <B><U> <P>INTERVENTION FOR SPONTANEOUS CORONARY DISSECTIONS</P></B></I> </U> <P>129. SUCCESSFUL STENTING WITH OPTICAL FREQUENCY DOMAIN IMAGING GUIDANCE FOR SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION</P><I> </I> <P>130. SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF SPONTANEOUS CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION WITH CUTTING BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY AS EVALUATED WITH OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <B> <P>CHAPTER 4: STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE: COMPLICATIONS AND TECHNIQUES</P> <I><U> <P>AORTIC VALVE</P></B></I></U> <P>131. ACUTE ARTERY OCCLUSION DURING TRANSAORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION IN A PATIENT WITH AN ANOMALOUS ORIGIN OF THE CIRCUNFLEX ARTERY.</P><I> </I> <P>132. ANTERIOR MITRAL LEAFLET PERFORATION DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT IN A PATIENT WITH MITRAL ANNULAR CALCIFICATION</P><I> </I> <P>133. AORTIC ROOT INTUSSUSCEPTION DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>134. CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT AND RESOLUTION OF A CONTAINED RUPTURE OF AORTIC ANNULUS FOLLOWING TRANSCATHETER VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>135. CORONARY OSTIA STENOSIS FOLLOWING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>136. CUTANEOPERICARDIAL FISTULA AFTER TRANSAPICAL APPROACH FOR TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>137. FAILED VALVE-IN-VALVE TAVI</P><I> </I> <P>138. GLUING OF AN AORTIC PERFORATION DURING TAVI: AN ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT FOR ANNULAR RUPTURE?</P><I> </I> <P>139. LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING CORONARY ARTERY OBSTRUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH AN APICAL SUTURE AFTER TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>140. LEFT- TO- RIGHT INTERVENTRICULAR SHUNT AS A LATE COMPLICATION OF TRANSAPICAL AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>141. NOVEL PERCUTANEOUS APICAL EXCLUSION OF A LEFT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURYSM AFTER COMPLICATED TRANSAPICAL TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>142. PERCUTANEOUS MANAGEMENT OF MITRAL PERFORATION DURING TRANSAORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>143. PERCUTANEOUS TREATMENT OF SEVERE AORTIC INSUFFICIENCY IN A PATIENT WITH LEFT VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE: FRIEND OR FOE</P><I> </I> <P>144. PERFORATION OF ANTERIOR MITRAL LEAFLET DUE TO MECHANICAL STIMULATION LATE AFTER TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>145. SEVERE VALVE DEFORMATION FOLLOWING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN A PATIENT WITH A TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE</P><I> </I> <P>146. STEMI AFTER TAVR: PROCEDURAL CHALLENGE AND CATASTROPHIC OUTCOME</P><I> </I> <P>147. STROKE WITH VALVE TISSUE EMBOLIZATION DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT TREATED WITH ENDOVASCULAR INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>148. SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF ANNULUS RUPTURE IN TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>149. VALVE MIGRATION INTO THE LEFT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACT MANAGED BY CO-AXIAL DOUBLE-VALVE</P><I> </I> <P>150. VASCULAR INJURY CAUSED BY RETRIEVAL OF RUPTURED AND DETACHED BALLOON VALVULOPLASTY CATHETER DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>151. VERY LATE THROMBOSIS OF A TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE-IN-VALVE</P> <P>152. BALLOON 'VALVULOPLASTY' FOR PROSTHETIC VALVE DYSFUNCTION</P> <P>153. BED-SIDE BAIL-OUT AORTIC VALVULOPLASTY</P> <P>154. FIRST SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF AORTIC VALVE INSUFFICIENCY ASSOCIATED WITH HEARTMATE II LVAD SUPPORT BY TRANSFEMORAL COREVALVE IMPLANTATION: THE COLUMBUS EGG?</P> <P>155. HYPERACUTE VALVE THROMBOSIS AFTER TRANSAPICAL TAVI IN A PATIENT WITH POLYTHEMIA VERA</P> <P>156. LEFT VENTRICULAR EMBOLIZATION OF AN AORTIC BALLOON-EXPANDABLE BIOPROSTHESIS: BALLOON CAPTURE AND REIMPACTION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO EMERGENT CONVERSION TO OPEN-HEART SURGERY</P><I> </I> <P>157. TRANSCATHETER TREATMENT OF SUBAORTIC STENOSIS VIA TRANSCAVAL ACCESS</P><I> </I> <P>158. TRANSFEMORAL TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION IN THE PRESENCE OF MITRAL AND TRICUSPID PROSTHESES</P><I> <B><U> <P>MITRAL VALVE</P></B></I> </U> <P>159. BACKWARDS MIGRATION OF MITRACLIP THROUGH PATENT TRANSEPTAL ORIFICE: THE SALMON SYNDROME</P><I> </I> <P>160. BIOPROSTHETIC LEAFLET EROSION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS MITRAL PARAVALVULAR LEAK CLOSURE</P><I> </I> <P>161. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF A DELAYED LEFT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURYSM AFTER TRANSSEPTAL TRANSCATHETER MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>162. PERCUTANEOUS TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE FOR AORTIC PUNCTURE AND PARAVALVULAR LEAK CLOSURE WITH THE NEW AMPLATZER III DEVICE</P> <P>163. BAIL-OUT ALCOHOL SEPTAL ABLATION FOR LEFT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACT OBSTRUCTION AFTER TRANSCATHETER MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>164. CLIPPING THE ALFIERI STITCH</P><I> </I> <P>165. FIRST-IN-HUMAN OF CATHETER DELIVERED ANNULOPLASTY RING TO TREAT FUNCTIONAL MITRAL REGURGITATION</P><I> </I> <P>166. LEAFLET-TO-ANNULOPLASTY RING CLIPPING FOR SEVERE MITRAL REGURGITATION</P><I> </I> <P>167. LOW-DOSE AND SLOW-INFUSION THROMBOLYSIS FOR PROSTHETIC VALVE THROMBOSIS AFTER A TRANSCATHETER VALVE IN THE MITRAL POSITION</P><I> </I> <P>168. NEEDING A HELPING HAND: LEFT AMPLATZ CATHETER TO FACILITATE ANTERIOR LEAFLET GRASPING IN MITRACLIP PROCEDURE</P><I> </I> <P>169. NOVEL TREATMENT OF RESIDUAL PERI-MITRACLIP REGURGITATION WITH AN AMPLATZER VASCULAR PLUG II</P><I> </I> <P>170. RE-DO MITRAL VALVE CLIPPING AFTER PARTIAL CLIP DETACHMENT.</P><I> </I> <P>171. TRANSJUGULAR BALLOON MITRAL VALVOTOMY IN A PATIENT WITH INFERIOR VENA CAVAL INTERRUPTION</P><I> </I> <P>172. TRANSEPTAL ANCHORED VASCULAR PLUG CLOSURE OF MITRAL VALVE PERFORATION</P><I> <B><U> <P>AITRA (LAA/ASD/PFO)</P></B></I></U> <P>173. THROMBOEMBOLIC RISK REDUCTION VIA TRANSSEPTAL THROMBUS ASPIRATION IN A PATIENT WITH SPONTANEOUS LEFT ATRIAL THROMBUS AND STROKE</P><I> </I> <P>174. A MARBLE IN THE HEART</P><I> </I> <P>175. A NOVEL MECHANISM OF ATRIOVENTRICULAR BLOCK FOLLOWING TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF AN ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT </P> <P>176. A DOUBLE-SNARE TECHNIQUE FOR SAFE RETRIEVAL OF EMBOLIZED LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE OCCLUDERS</P><I> </I> <P>177. ACUTE HEART FAILURE CAUSED BY DISLOCATION OF A WATCHMAN LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE OCCLUDER</P><I> </I> <P>178. AMPLATZER SEPTAL OCCLUDER SEALED THE COMPLICATING AORTIC ROOT PERFORATION DURING TRANSEPTAL PROCEDURE</P><I> </I> <P>179. EARLY ANTERIOR MITRAL VALVE LEAFLET MECHANICAL EROSION FOLLOWING LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE OCCLUDER IMPLANTATION</P> <P>180. EMBOLIZATION OF LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE THROMBUS DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT - A POTENTIAL MECHANISM OF PERIPROCEDURAL STROKE</P><I> </I> <P>181. RUN WITH THE HARE AND HUNT WITH THE HOUNDS: WATCHMAN DEVICE SURGICAL RESECTION IN THE SETTING OF RECURRENT DEVICE RELATED THROMBI IN A PATIENT WITH BLEEDING DIATHESIS</P><I> </I> <P>182. A NOVEL WIRE-ASSISTED TECHNIQUE FOR CLOSING LARGE ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTS</P><I> </I> <P>183. INTEGRATED 3D ECHO-X-RAY NAVIGATION GUIDED TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF COMPLEX MULTIPLE ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTS</P><I> </I> <P>184. TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF THE AORTA TO RIGHT ATRIAL FISTULA CAUSED BY EROSION OF AMPLATZER SEPTAL OCCLUDE</P><I> </I> <P>185. TRANSCATHETER LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE CLOSURE AFTER INCOMPLETE SURGICAL LIGATION</P><I> </I> <P>186. TRANSSEPTAL PUNCTURE THROUGH AMPLATZER ATRIAL SEPTAL OCCLUDER FOR LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE CLOSURE</P><I> <B><U> <P>VENTRICLES (LV/RV/VSD)</P></B></U> </I> <P>187. A MAN WITH THREE LIVES: LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP FOLLOWING PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF LEFT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURYSM NECK</P><I> </I> <P>188. COMPLETE PERCUTANEOUS OBLITERATION OF A POSTINFARCTION LEFT VENTRICLE INFERIOR WALL PSEUDOANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>189. PERCUTANEOUS ANGIOPLASTY OF STENOTIC OUTFLOW GRAFT ANASTOMOSIS OF HEARTMATE II</P><I> </I> <P>190. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF LEFT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURSYM WITH SEPTAL OCCLUDER DEVICE AND COILS: A MULTIMODALITY IMAGING APPROACH</P><I> </I> <P>191. TRANSSEPTAL CLOSURE OF LEFT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURYSM POST TRANSAPICAL TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>192. TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF A POST-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION VENTRICULAR SEPTAL RUPTURE USING A PARACHUTE DEVICE</P><I> </I> <P>193. TRANSAPICAL TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF THE PSEUDOANEURYSM IN THE LEFT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACT AFTER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT</P><I> </I> <P>194. ALCOHOL ABLATION OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACT OBSTRUCTION</P><I> </I> <P>195. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR PSEUDOANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>196. PERCUTANEOUS PULMONARY VALVE IMPLANTATION IN A NATIVE OUTFLOW TRACT 3D DYNACT ROTATIONAL ANGIOGRAPHIC RECONSTRUCTION AND 3D PRINTED MODEL</P><I> </I> <P>197. NOT YOUR TYPICAL HOLE-IN-THE-WALL: PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF AN ACQUIRED POST-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION VENTRICULOATRIAL GERBODE DEFECT</P><I> </I> <P>198. UTILITY OF THE GORE SEPTAL OCCLUDER IN TRANSCATHETER CLOSURE OF POST MYOCARDIAL INFARCT VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECT - INITIAL EXPERIENCE</P><I> <B><U> <P>TRICUSPID VALVE</P></B></I> </U> <P>199. SUSTAINED REDUCTION OF TRICUSPID REGURGITATION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS REPAIR WITH THE MITRACLIP SYSTEM IN A PATIENT WITH A DUAL CHAMBER PACEMAKER</P><I> </I> <P>200. TV REPLACEMENT: TRANSFEMORAL VALVE-IN-RING APPROACH</P><I> </I> <B> <P>CHAPTER 5: VASCULAR, CONGENITAL, AND OTHER ANATOMY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY</P></B><U> </U> <P>201. HEMODYNAMIC FINDINGS OF EFFUSIVE-CONSTRICTIVE PERICARDITIS</P><I> </I> <P>202. HYPOXEMIA DUE TO PATENT FORAMEN OVALE IN THE SETTING OF NEW RIGHT HEMIDIAPHRAGMATIC PARALYSIS</P><I> </I> <P>203. AORTOARTERITIS WITH CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSION OF ALL NECK VESSELS: PERCUTANEOUS STENTING TO SALVAGE INTRACTABLE SYNCOPE</P><I> </I> <P>204. INTRALUMINAL FIBROUS WEBS IN BRACHIAL ARTERY FIBROMUSCULAR DYSPLASIA</P><I> </I> <P>205. A RARE RADIAL ARTERY ANATOMIC VARIANT: LOOK FOR THE PULSE ON THE DORSUM OF THE WRIST!</P><I> </I> <P>206. CHRONIC TOTAL CORONARY OCCLUSION WITH BRONCHOCORONARY COLLATERAL CIRCULATION FAILED TO VISUALIZE BY CONVENTIONAL ANGIOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>207. CORKSCREW INTRAVASCULAR CHANNELS WITHIN CHRONIC COMMON CAROTID ARTERY OCCLUSIONS IN TAKAYASU ARTERITIS THAT DISAPPEAR AFTER ANGIOPLASTY</P><I> </I> <P>208. EXTREME BRACHIAL LOOP</P><I> </I> <P>209. INTERNAL THORACIC ARTERY DISSECTION: A PROPOSED MECHANISTIC EXPLANATION</P><I> </I> <P>210. OCCLUSION OF BALLOON-EXPANDABLE STENT IN THE COMMON ILIAC ARTERY DUE TO COMPRESSION BY A SPINAL SPUR</P><I> </I> <P>211. RADIAL ARTERY GRAFT STRING SIGN DUE TO LUMEN OBLITERATION BY NEOINTIMA: INSIGHT FROM OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY</P><I> </I> <P>212. TENSION PNEUMOPERICARDIUM SECONDARY TO GASTRO-PERICARDIAL FISTULA PRESENTING AS ACUTE PERICARDITIS WITH CARDIAC TAMPONADE PHYSIOLOGY</P><I> </I> <P>213. THE STRIKING INTERPLAY OF HICCUP AND PATENT FORAMEN OVALE</P><I> </I> <P>214. SPONTANEOUS GIANT ASCENDING AORTIC PSEUDOANEURYSM IN A PREVIOUSLY HEALTHY MAN</P> <B> <P>CHAPTER 6: VASCULAR, CONGENITAL, AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL COMPLICATIONS</P> </B> <P>215. A DUAL SNARE PERCUTANEOUS RETRIEVAL OF VENOUS STENT EMBOLIZATION TO THE RIGHT HEART. SHARMA: VENOUS STENT EMBOLIZATION</P><I> </I> <P>216. A UNIQUE CASE OF MAY-THURNER SYNDROME: EXTRINSIC COMPRESSION OF THE COMMON ILIAC VEIN FOLLOWING ILIAC ARTERY STENTING</P><I> </I> <P>217. ACUTE PSEUDOANEURYSM FOLLOWING CAROTID ARTERY STENTING</P><I> </I> <P>218. AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF IATROGENIC HYPERTENSION</P><I> </I> <P>219. BAIL-OUT TECHNIQUE FOR PULMONARY ARTERY RUPTURE WITH A COVERED STENT IN BALLOON PULMONARY ANGIOPLASTY FOR CHRONIC THROMBOEMBOLIC PULMONARY HYPERTENSION</P><I> </I> <P>220. CASE OF PERCUTANEOUS EXTRA-CORPOREAL FEMORO-FEMORAL BYPASS FOR ACUTE LIMB ISCHEMIA FROM LARGE BORE ACCESS</P><I> </I> <P>221. CRUSHED STENT WITH ACUTE OCCLUSION IN SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL ARTERY AFTER ENHANCED EXTERNAL COUNTER-PULSATION</P><I> </I> <P>222. CUTANEOUS RADIATION INJURY FOLLOWING COMPLEX CORONARY INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>223. DELAYED DISPLACEMENT OF AORTIC COARCTATION STENT</P><I> </I> <P>224. DELAYED LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY OBSTRUCTION AFTER RADIOFREQUENCY-INDUCED CORONARY DISSECTION AND SPASM: INSIGHTS FROM OPTICAL FREQUENCY-DOMAIN IMAGING AND INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND IMAGING</P><I> </I> <P>225. DOWNSTREAM PANNICULITIS SECONDARY TO DRUG-ELUTING BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY</P><I> </I> <P>226. LEFT VENTRICULAR PERFORATION DURING VENTRICULOGRAM USING AN OPTITORQUE TIGER CATHETER</P><I> </I> <P>227. MASSIVE LEFT PULMONARY ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM IN A YOUNG CHILD</P><I> </I> <P>228. SEVERE RENAL ARTERY STENOSIS AFTER RENAL SYMPATHETIC DENERVATION</P><I> </I> <P>229. SUCCESSFUL CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY VIA THE RADIAL APPROACH AFTER SEALING A RADIAL PERFORATION</P><I> </I> <P>230. SUCCESSFUL PERCUTANEOUS DEVICE CLOSURE OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR PERFORATION DURING PERICARDIOCENTESIS</P><I> </I> <P>231. UNRAVELLING A KNOT IN THE HEART: TACKLING AN UNANTICIPATED COMPLICATION</P><I> </I> <P>232. THROMBUS IN THE AORTA: LATE COMPLICATION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF RUPTURED SINUS OF VALSALVA ANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <B> <P>CHAPTER 7: VASCULAR, CONGENITAL, AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES</P> </B> <P>233. A MAGIC PORT-A-CATH</P><I> </I> <P>234. A NEW TOOL TO MANAGE SIDE-BRANCH OCCLUSION AFTER COVERED-STENT IMPLANTATION FOR VASCULAR COMPLICATIONS: THE NEOCARINA RECONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE</P><I> </I> <P>235. ASCENDING AORTA TO MAIN PULMONARY ARTERY FISTULA FOLLOWING ORTHOTOPIC HEART TRANSPLANTATION: SUCCESSFUL PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE EMPLOYING AN AMPLATZER DUCT OCCLUDER</P><I> </I> <P>236. EMBOLOTHERAPY IN GIANT PULMONARY ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATIONS: BLOCKING THE EXIT REDUCING THE RISK OF PERIINTERVENTIONAL STOKE?</P><I> </I> <P>237. ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR OF RUPTURED PSEUDOANEURYSM OF LEFT INTERNAL MAMMARY GRAFT FOLLOWING REDO-AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT AND CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING</P><I> </I> <P>238. ENDOVASCULAR STENTING OF SUTURE LINE SUPRAVALVULAR PULMONIC STENOSIS FOLLOWING ORTHOTOPIC HEART TRANSPLANT UTILIZING RAPID PACING STABILIZATION</P><I> </I> <P>239. EXTRAVASATION FROM AN ACCESSORY RENAL ARTERY: A CRITICAL COMPLICATION ASSOCIATED WITH PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION</P><I> </I> <P>240. IATROGENIC AORTOCORONARY ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA: PERCUTANEOUS MANAGEMENT OF A SURGICAL COMPLICATION.</P><I> </I> <P>241. PERCUTANEOUS PLUGGING OF AN ASCENDING AORTIC PSEUDOANEURYSM</P><I> </I> <P>242. INFERIOR VENA CAVA FILTER THROMBOSIS AND SUPRARENAL CAVAL STENOSIS A DOUBLE WHAMMY</P><I> </I> <P>243. NEUROVASCULAR RESCUE FOR THROMBUS-RELATED EMBOLIC STROKE DURING TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE IMPLANTATION</P><I> </I> <P>244. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF A LARGE ASCENDING AORTA PSEUDOANEURYSM DUE TO MEDIASTINITIS USING AN AMPLATZER OCCLUDER DEVICE.</P><I> </I> <P>245. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF A PULMONARY ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATION IN YOUNG PATIENT WITH CRYPTOGENIC STROKE</P><I> </I> <P>246. PERCUTANEOUS PALLIATION OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACT OBSTRUCTION CAUSED BY METASTATIC MALIGNANCY</P><I> </I> <P>247. PERCUTANEOUS RECANALIZATION OF OCCLUDED BRACHIOCEPHALIC VEIN-SUPERIOR VENA CAVA CONNECTION AFTER RESECTION OF MEDIASTINAL MASS</P><I> </I> <P>248. PERCUTANEOUS TRANSLUMINAL PULMONARY ANGIOPLASTY FOR CENTRAL-TYPE CHRONIC THROMBOEMBOLIC PULMONARY HYPERTENSION</P><I> </I> <P>249. PERCUTANEOUS TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DISTAL AORTIC OCCLUSION: A VIABLE OPTION</P><I> </I> <P>250. SHORT-CUT UNDER PRESSURE: STENTING THE TORTUOUS NEONATAL DUCT INVOLVES INDUCED SPASM</P><I> </I> <P>251. STENTING FOR JUXTA-RENAL ABDOMINAL AORTIC OCCLUSION</P><I> </I> <P>252. SUCCESSFUL BALLOON MITRAL VALVOTOMY IN A CASE OF INFERIOR VENA CAVA OBSTRUCTION: WHERE THERE IS WILL THERE IS A WAY</P><I> </I> <P>253. A NEW METHOD FOR HEMOSTASIS OF A PSEUDOANEURYSM USING AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD</P><I> </I> <P>254. PROTRUDING MYOCARDIUM AS A TARGET FOR PERCUTANEOUS TRANSLUMINAL SEPTAL MYOCARDIAL ABLATION IN A CASE OF HYPERTROPHIC OBSTRUCTIVE CARDIOMYOPATHY</P><I> </I> <P>255. ANGIOSEAL TM ASSISTED CLOSURE OF IATROGENIC REFRACTORY FEMORAL ARTERIAL PSEUDOANEURYSM: A NOVEL TECHNIQUE</P><I> </I> <P>256. ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR FOR PULMONARY ARTERY AND AORTIC DISSECTION ASSOCIATED WITH PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS</P><I> </I> <P>257. MESENTERIC ISCHEMIA SECONDARY TO PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: PERCUTANEOUS RECANALIZATION OF SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY VIA SIMULTANEOUS STENTING AND INFLATED JAILED BALLOON FOR ILEAL BRANCH PROTECTION</P><I> </I> <P>258. MINI-CHIMNEY TECHNIQUE FOR SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY IATROGENIC BLEEDING</P><I> </I> <P>259. PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR TREATMENT OF PARAGANGLIOMA WITH CORONARY VASCULARISATION</P><I> </I> <P>260. RETROGRADE APPROACH IN BALLOON PULMONARY ANGIOPLASTY: USEFUL NOVEL STRATEGY FOR CTO LESIONS IN PULMONARY ARTERIES</P><I> </I> <P>261. ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED CATHETER-DIRECTED THROMBOLYSIS IN PULMONARY EMBOLISM IN-TRANSIT</P><I> </I> <P>262. VERTEBRAL ARTERY RUPTURE TREATED BY TRANSCATHETER ARTERIAL EMBOLIZATION</P> <P>263. AORTA TO RIGHT ATRIAL TUNNEL - PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS AND TRANSCATHETER MANAGEMENT IN A NEONATE</P><I> </I> <P>264. CLOSURE OF ASCENDING AORTA PSEUDOANEURYSM TO RIGHT ATRIUM FISTULA</P><I> </I> <P>265. PERCUTANEOUS CLOSURE OF A FISTULA BETWEEN LEFT ATRIUM AND AORTIC ROOT AFTER SURGERY FOR INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS</P>

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