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Live 3D image overlay for arterial duct closure with Amplatzer Duct Occluder II additional size

  • Sebstian Goreczny (a1), Gareth J. Morgan (a2) and Pawel Dryzek (a1)

Abstract

Despite several reports describing echocardiography for the guidance of ductal closure, two-dimensional angiography remains the mainstay imaging tool; three-dimensional rotational angiography has the potential to overcome some of the drawbacks of standard angiography, and reconstructed image overlay provides reliable guidance for device placement. We describe arterial duct closure solely from venous approach guided by live three-dimensional image overlay.

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Correspondence to: S. Goreczny, MD, PhD, Department of Cardiology, Research Institute, Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital, Rzgowska Street 281/289, 93-347 Lodz, Poland. Tel: +48422711478; Fax: +48422711470; E-mail: sebastiangoreczny@yahoo.pl

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Live 3D image overlay for arterial duct closure with Amplatzer Duct Occluder II additional size

  • Sebstian Goreczny (a1), Gareth J. Morgan (a2) and Pawel Dryzek (a1)

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