Wendth, Arthur J.; Moriarty, Daniel J.; Cross, Valmore F.; Vitale, Peter; Lopez, F.
May 1971
Angiology;May1971, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p262
Academic Journal
Presents a case where a pigtail catheter became knotted or looped upon itself. Discrepancy in blood pressure between the arms and legs of the patient; Cardiovascular surgeon's request that better visualization of the braciocephalic tree be obtained; Withdrawal of the catheter into the area of the common iliac artery.


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