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Citation: Sevil FC, Tort M, Yıldız Z, Özkara T, Kaygın MA, Dağ Ö, et al. Successful percutaneous removal of retained J-tip guidewire: A report of two cases. Turk J Vasc Surg 2020;29(1): ABSTRACT Central vein catheterization using the Seldinger technique has long been utilized as an invasive procedure for vascular access. Possible complications associated with the procedure include hemothorax, pneumothorax, and vascular injury. Forgetting a J-tipped guidewire inside the vessel during thedoi:10.9739/tjvs.2020.450 fatcat:a5ce3nglijc2hkx35hbwstx6lq