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Blocked Coronary Artery with Balloon Angioplasty and Stent Repair - Medical Animation
 
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Blocked Coronary Artery with Balloon Angioplasty and Stent Repair - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation depicts a coronary artery blockage confirmed by angiogram test, followed by a balloon angioplasty and stent repair. The animation begins by zooming into a coronary artery on the heart, and showing the buildup of plaque. Afterward, a guidewire (guy wire) and catheter with contrast dye are inserted into a blood vessel in the groin, and threaded up to the coronary vessels. As the dye is released, the location of the coronary artery blockage is revealed. Next, a balloon and stent are used to open the blocked artery and resume normal blood flow.

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