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The use of intravacular catheterization for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes increased the incidence of iatrogenic foreign bodies, which might cause many complications such as cardiac arηthmias , perforation of cardiac chamber or blood vessels, sepsis and thromboembolism. The authors experienced 5 cases of successful retrieval of intravascular iatrogenic foreign bodies: three cases of subclavian catheter wire and two cases of subclavian catheter. Subclavian catheter was introduced intodoi:10.3348/jkrs.19184.108.40.2064 fatcat:xar7cy2265ctvcbnno7yjszfzm