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Percutaneous Removal of Difficult Pulmonary Artery Foreign Body: A Rare Case Report
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
Endovascular catheterization is now more frequently used for various endovascular procedures and central venous access. Sometimes, catheterization causes rare complication when parts of the catheter break and can embolize to the main heart chambers, main pulmonary arteries and to other vascular sub-branches as a foreign body and can cause thrombophlebitis, endocarditis, vascular occlusion and thrombosis . Migrated pulmonary artery foreign bodies are rare life threatening conditions anddoi:10.21275/art20175508 fatcat:ny4l53gxvjepjmz2y5uh6zgcqi