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Cioppa A., Ambrosini V., Battaglia S., Lo Muzio M. L., Popusoy G., Salemme L., Sorropago G., Tesorio T., Picano E., Mottola G., Rubino P. Endovascular foreign body retrieval from right side of the heart: a case series of six patients. In: International Journal of Cardiology, vol. 99 (01) pp. 143 - 144. elsevier, 2005.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
There is sometimes a need to remove foreign bodies that make their way to the heart and surrounding vessels [1]. These foreign bodies may be coils that go astray during implantation or retained indwelling catheters [2]. Special retrieval catheters inserted percutaneously, usually in the femoral vein, grab onto these foreign bodies and then the catheter and the foreign body are removed from the patient [3]. We describe here a case series of six procedures performed in five patients in our cath lab in the last 5 years.
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Subject Foreign body
Retrieval
Heart


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