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Atlas Case Videos

Atlas Case Videos

Video 2.1.1. Culprit LCX lesion
Video 2.1.2. Pre-dilatation balloon with waist despite high pressure (18 atm).
Video 2.1.3. The balloon waist disappeared at 28 atm.
Video 2.1.4. Coronary angiogram revealed a widely patent artery with dissection and staining.
Video 2.1.5. A 2.5 x 38 mm drug-eluting stent being implanted in the LCX.
Video 2.1.6. Post-stent angiogram revealed a wide-open stented segment with a Type II perforation...
Video 2.1.7. Low-pressure inflation of a 3.0 x 15 mm balloon for 3 minutes.
Video 2.1.8. Final angiography showing sealing of artery after prolonged balloon inflation.
Video 2.2.1. Coronary angiogram revealed a critical LCX stenosis and a significant LAD stenosis.
Video 2.2.2. After adequate pre-dilatation, the stent was deployed.
Video 2.2.3. Check angiogram revealed a Type II perforation with minimal extravasation.
Video 2.2.4. Prolonged, low-pressure dilatation with the same stent balloon was given.
Video 2.2.5. Final angiogram revealed a sealed perforation.
Video 2.3.1. Initial appearance of RCA lesion.
Video 2.3.2. Stent (2.5 x 48 mm) deployment at 14 atm.
Video 2.3.3. Subsequent angiogram shows a Type II perforation with minimal extravasation of...
Video 2.3.4. Covered stent could not be negotiated.
Video 2.3.5. Prolonged, low-pressure balloon dilatation in progress.
Video 2.3.6. Final angiography showing a sealed artery.
Video 2.4.1. Initial angiography of the SVG.
Video 2.4.2. Deployment of a 3.0 x 18 mm stent in the SVG.
Video 2.4.3. Subsequent angiography revealing a Type III perforation and extravasation of contrast.
Video 2.4.4. Deployment of a 3.5 x 19 mm covered stent.
Video 2.4.5. Final angiography showing no further contrast leakage.
Video 2.5.1. Initial angiography of the SVG lesion.
Video 2.5.2. Angiography done after stent implantation revealed a Type III perforation.
Video 2.5.3. Deployment of a 2.75 x 22 mm covered stent at the site of perforation.
Video 2.5.4. Final angiogram revealed a sealed perforation and optimal end result.
Video 2.6.1. RCA angiography reveals an ectatic segment followed by a critical stenosis in the mid...
Video 2.6.2. Stent was deployed at 15 atm just beyond the aneurysmal segment.
Video 2.6.3. Repeat angiograms after post-dilatation revealed a Type III perforation at the distal...
Video 2.6.4. A Jostent GraftMaster PTFE-covered stent was negotiated to cover the perforation site...
Video 2.6.5. Final angiogram revealed no extravasation of contrast and adequate sealing of the...
Video 2.7.1. Angiography of the culprit LCX lesion.
Video 2.7.2. Optimal end result after deployment of a stent.
Video 2.7.3. Pericardiocentesis drain in place.
Video 2.7.4. Coronary angiogram in AP caudal view revealed a free perforation in a very distal sub-...
Video 2.7.5. Coronary angiogram in AP cranial view revealed a free perforation in a very distal sub...
Video 2.7.6. Closure of the sub-branch by embolizing a PTCA wire segment through the lumen of an...
Video 2.7.7. Closure of the sub-branch by embolizing a PTCA wire segment through the lumen of an...
Video 2.7.8. Prolonged balloon inflation in an attempt to seal the perforation.
Video 2.8.1.Stenting of the RCA lesion with a 2.5 x 38 mm stent.
Video 2.8.2. The stent was deployed, the same balloon was pulled 2 mm proximally, and a second...
Video 2.8.3. The stent was deployed, the same balloon was pulled 2 mm proximally, and a second...
Video 2.8.4. The stent was deployed, the same balloon was pulled 2 mm proximally, and a second...
Video 2.8.5. Repeat angiography revealed multiple Type III perforations, significant extravasation...
Video 2.8.6. Two covered stents were deployed, one after another, to seal the perforations (this...
Video 2.8.7. Two covered stents were deployed, one after another, to seal the perforations (this...

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