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Endovascular embolization of an aneurysm 

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Micocatheter balloons for brain aneurysms

medical illustration of Healthcare providers use endovascular coiling, also called endovascular embolization, to block blood flow into an aneurysm. This series of illustrations for eV3 shows the steps involved when a brain aneurysm has a wide neck. To prevent the coils from spilling out into the neighboring blood vessel, an inflated micro balloon blocks the neck opening while the coiled knot is created.
Next medical illustration of An illustration of an endograft stent for abdominal aortic aneurysms. The client requested a pose-able 3D model that could be easily repositioned. CAD and engineering files were not available, so we modeled the stent system from scratch and retouched it into a fluoroscopic image.

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Healthcare providers use endovascular coiling, also called endovascular embolization, to block blood flow into an aneurysm. This series of illustrations for eV3 shows the steps involved when a brain aneurysm has a wide neck. To prevent the coils from spilling out into the neighboring blood vessel, an inflated micro balloon blocks the neck opening while the coiled knot is created.

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