basket coil

basket coil

[′bas·kət ‚kȯil]
(electronics)
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After microcatheter was advanced into the body of the aneurysm by the left aortic arch, a three-dimensional (3D) basket coil (3D ev3 Axium 4 mm x 8 cm) was released, forming the framework for further embolization.
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