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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
EV3 Turbohawk plaque excision system
The TurboHawk™ Super Cutter blade is the newest advancement specifically designed to treat challenging plaque morphologies. Unmatched versatility is delivered by combining the Super Cutter blade with an improved drive shaft and..... read more
10 February 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
Carotid stent insertion
This 61 year old patient was stented as part of ACST 2. Doppler had shown a left sided stenosis of 50-79% at the origin of the ICA. MRI had demonstrated a lacunar infarct in the left caudate nucleus and a stenosis of at least..... read more
22 August 2008 | 0 Comments

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