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Viabahn Exclusion of Splenic Pseudoaneurysm
This pseudoaneurysm occured in the mid splenic artery in a patient with chronic pancreatitis. The presence of a cystogastric stent to decompress the pseudocyst led to the presentation with major intermittent haematemesis. We chose to use a..... read more
24 February 2018 | 0 Comments
Swift Ninja microcatheter
This video shows the use of the Swift Ninja steerable microcatheter to selectively catheterise the prostatic artery during a PAE procedure.   .. read more
10 April 2016 | 0 Comments
Onyx embolisation of renal AML
This video shows the percutaneous embolisation of a renal AML using Onyx 18. This benign renal mass had been previously biopsied to prove the diagnosis. I usually embolise these using PVA (contour) 250-355u and coils but having started using..... read more
25 August 2015 | 3 Comments
Varicocele embolisation
Varicocele embolisation using Balt Spiral Coils. This shows the right jugular approach for embolisation of the left gonadal vein. Often one spirale coil is sufficient. Dr Phil Haslam, Consultant Interventional Radiologist Dr Hazel Halbert,..... read more
17 April 2013 | 2 Comments
Amplatzer vascular plug 4 deployment
This large renal arterio venous fistula (AVF) was an incidental finding on CT performed for haematuria. The video shows occlusion of the fistula using an Amplatzer vascular plug 4. The plug was deployed through a 4F cobra and 5F Terumo..... read more
23 August 2012 | 1 Comments
Gelfoam preparation
This video demonstrates the mixing of Spongostan (gelfoam) into a slurry with contrast prior to injection. .. read more
10 May 2011 | 0 Comments
AZUR Hydrocoil
This short video demonstrates the preparation and deployment of the AZUR Peripheral HydroCoil in a varicocoele embolisation. .. read more
28 March 2011 | 0 Comments
Thrombin injection of femoral pseudoaneurysm
The components used are the human thrombin and calcium chloride solution from the Tisseel kit . A further description of the components and actions can be found in the video 'thrombin injection splenic artery pseudoaneurysm.' Dr..... read more
07 July 2010 | 0 Comments
Onyx demonstration
This video demonstrates in-vitro how Onyx works. It was filmed during a discussion/demonstration of Onyx by Dr Andy Platts at the SERF course in Newquay, UK. It should be seen in conjunction with the review of Onyx written by Dr Andrew Wigham..... read more
11 November 2009 | 0 Comments
Ovarian vein embolisation
This short video demonstrates my technique for ovarian vein embolisation. This patient had chronic pelvic pain and was thought to have pelvic congestion syndrome on a recent ultrasound (a contentious diagnosis). Embolisation is essentially the..... read more
16 February 2009 | 1 Comments
Embolisation renal artery post PCNL
This short video demonstrates embolisation for renal haemorrhage post pcnl. The PCNL procedure was uneventful apart from a minor lower pole calyceal tare with no haemorrhage at the time. An antegrade ureteric catheter was left through the..... read more
24 November 2008 | 0 Comments
Thrombin injection splenic artery pseudoaneurysm
This video demonstrates the use of thrombin in the percutaneous treatment of a narrow necked splenic artery pseudoaneurysm: The thrombin component of Tisseel was used. The first reported cases of thrombin injection for aneurysms and..... read more
13 November 2008 | 0 Comments
Varicocoele embolisation
This video demonstrates our technique for left varicocoele embolisation. The patient was 24yrs old and had a large painful varicocoele. We generally use long Spirale coils (Balt) 8x300mm or 10x400mm. Usually one coil is sufficient. We..... read more
04 August 2008 | 5 Comments

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