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Coronary Artery Anomalies
Drug-coated balloons (DCB)
Chronic total occlusions (CTO)
Patel et al Video 1. Antegrade anterior injection shows superficial femoral artery (SFA) occlusion and disease. Distal to the stenosis, there is an 80% popliteal stenosis.
Patel et al Video 2. The CrossLock balloon is up and the Command wire (Abbott Vascular) has entered the chronic total occlusion (CTO) with support also provided by the Finecross (Terumo).
Patel et al Video 3. The CrossLock and Finecross have crossed approximately 50% of the lesion, and a Whisper wire is chosen (Abbott Vascular).
Patel et al Video 4. The lesion is completely crossed. The Whisper wire is distal to the occlusion.
Patel et al Video 5. We have exchanged for the ViperWire (CSI) and the Diamondback orbital atherectomy device (CSI) is used to prep the lesion.
Patel et al Video 6. Post atherectomy.
Patel et al Video 7. Final angiography after focused balloon and drug-eluting balloon angioplasty shows 3-vessel runoff.
Blaker et al Video 1. Angiogram of the saphenous vein graft to the OM branch demonstrating the contained, ruptured pseudoaneurysm.
Blaker et al Video 2. Final PCI result.
Ahmed Video 9. The MitraClip delivery system is removed. Steerable Guide Catheter is removed. MitraClip remains in place, attached to the mitral valve leaflets.