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Cardiac Catheterization - Medical Animation
 
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Cardiac Catheterization - Medical Animation
This medical animation depicts the cardiac catheterization procedure. This technique involves threading a catheter through the femoral artery to the left coronary artery. Dye is injected into the artery, which allows for a clot to be seen on a x-ray image (coronary angiography). This clot may be treated with a coronary angioplasty, in which a stent is inserted into the artery.

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