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aneurysm repair, with a median of 67% (IQR, 33 to 98). Our results compare favorably with both these publications (SW-MA median, 85.73%; SW-F median, 83.99%), although it is worth mentioning that Haynes et al 11 reported a clinical scenario with salvaging

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aortoiliac aneurysm repair . J Vasc Surg 2005 ; 42 : 1058 – 1062 . 10.1016/j.jvs.2005.08.017 22. Rossi M Rebonato A Greco L , et al . A new device for vascular embolization: report on case of two pulmonary arteriovenous fistulas embolization

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mechanical detachable spirals . Neuroradiology 1999 ; 41 : 324 – 327 . 10.1007/s002340050757 17. Gao BL Li MH Wang YL , et al. Delayed coil migration from a small wide-necked aneurysm after stent-assisted embolization: a case report and

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experience in aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and pulmonary arteriovenous malformation embolization . Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 2007 ; 30 : 196 – 200 . 10.1007/s00270-006-0071-2 25. Cantasdemir M Gulsen F Solak S , et al. The use of Onyx for

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days [an Arabian foal with occipitoatlantoaxial malformation] to 40 years [a Thoroughbred gelding with a vascular aneurysm]), with 107 horses < 5 years of age, 206 horses ≥ 5 years of age, and 3 horses with unknown age. The mean age was significantly

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mediastinal lesions include aortic aneurysms, usually secondary to S lupi larval migration, and a markedly distended azygos vein secondary to absent prehepatic caudal vena cava or a portoazygous shunt. 11,13 Positive contrast esophagography is routinely

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, aortic thrombosis occurring in the absence of underlying disease such as atherosclerosis or aortic aneurysm is rarely reported in the literature. 22 No consensus exists in terms of optimal treatment strategy for human patients with aortic thrombosis

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renal hematuria, verminous nephritis (infection with Halicephalobus gingivalis or Strongylus vulgaris ), habronemiasis of the urethral process, vascular injury or anomaly (hematoma or aneurysm), exercise in association with urolithiasis, urethral

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was achieved with a modified clamp that was rotated every 15 minutes, reaching total occlusion at 4 hours. This group was then monitored for an additional 4 hours. In the rapid occlusion group, the DSS was acutely occluded with an aneurysm clip, and

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. Furthermore, it is not an aneurysm either, but it is so called because of its radiographic appearance. One of the major histologic differential diagnoses is a highly aggressive telangiectatic osteosarcoma. In the cat of the present report, the extracellular

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