Ann Pediatr Card Close
 

Figure 2: Fluoroscopy and cine angiogram steps of transcatheter closure of patent vertical vein in Case 1: (A) Access from left internal jugular vein showing guide wire position and Berman catheter in the left pulmonary artery. (B) The vascular plug is being deployed partially through the sheath from left jugular vein. (C) Pulmonary artery levophase is showing the well-positioned device and unobstructed pulmonary venous flow to left atrium. (D) Hand injection through the sheath showing the proximal end of the device at the level of innominate vein

Figure 2: Fluoroscopy and cine angiogram steps of transcatheter closure of patent vertical vein in Case 1: (A) Access from left internal jugular vein showing guide wire position and Berman catheter in the left pulmonary artery. (B) The vascular plug is being deployed partially through the sheath from left jugular vein. (C) Pulmonary artery levophase is showing the well-positioned device and unobstructed pulmonary venous flow to left atrium. (D) Hand injection through the sheath showing the proximal end of the device at the level of innominate vein