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Dual lumen balloon spontaneous inflation during embolization

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Acknowledgements

We thank the Quality Team from the Balt Company for their kind help in the bench testing of the device.

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Correspondence to Frédéric Clarençon.

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A. Al Raaisi and J. Gabrieli declare that they have no competing interests. N.-A. Sourour is consultant for Covidien, MicroVention; proctor and investor for the Medina Embolization Device (Medtronic). F. Clarençon is consultant for Codman Neurovascular (paid core lab) and for Medtronic (lecturing fees).

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Additional material 1. Control DSA run in AP projections showing the “spontaneous” balloon inflatio

Additional material 2. Control DSA run in lateral projections showing the “spontaneous” balloon inflation.

Additional material 3. Video summarizing the proposed mechanism explaining the “spontaneous” balloon inflation.

Additional material 1. Control DSA run in AP projections showing the “spontaneous” balloon inflatio

Additional material 2. Control DSA run in lateral projections showing the “spontaneous” balloon inflation.

Additional material 3. Video summarizing the proposed mechanism explaining the “spontaneous” balloon inflation.

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Al Raaisi, A., Gabrieli, J., Sourour, N. et al. Dual lumen balloon spontaneous inflation during embolization. Clin Neuroradiol 29, 365–369 (2019) doi:10.1007/s00062-018-0716-y

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