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Case Report

Optical Coherence Tomographic Study of a Chronically Retained Coronary Guidewire

Figure 1

Coronary angiogram. (a) RAO 40° caudal 30° view. The radio-opaque wire tip is seen trapped behind a stent in the distal left circumflex artery (∗). (b) RAO 40° caudal 30° view. In the absence of contrast, the wire filament is seen in the proximal vessel (arrows), with the radio-opaque tip distally (∗). (c) AP view. The filament is seen in the ascending aorta (arrows), with the radio-opaque tip distally (∗).
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