The interlocking connection is a simple coupling that remains attached while inside the lumen of the catheter. Detachment of the coil requires no additional devices, simply a push outside of the catheter.
Push coil outside of the catheter
Detachment of coil requires no additional devices
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|Familiar Technology with Clinical Versatility|
A 24-year-old man, presenting symptoms from perineal impalement from a skateboard injury, received endovascular treatment of high-flow priapism.
Case performed by Mark Hortvath, DO, and Daniel Locascio, MS, MD from University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, Florida
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