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Figure 2: Angiography images of the aortocoronary saphenous vein graft aneurysm and its management. (a) Demonstration of a massive aneurysm communicating with a saphenous vein graft (blue arrows). No distal flow to the bypassed obtuse marginal coronary branch is detected. Moreover, a stenosis of the proximal anastomosis to the aorta is also detected. (red arrow). (b) Angiography after successful placement of numerous coils. No persistent flow in neither the venous aneurysm nor the non-viable graft itself is detected. Complete aneurysm occlusion has been achieved

Figure 2: Angiography images of the aortocoronary saphenous vein graft aneurysm and its management. (a) Demonstration of a massive aneurysm communicating with a saphenous vein graft (blue arrows). No distal flow to the bypassed obtuse marginal coronary branch is detected. Moreover, a stenosis of the proximal anastomosis to the aorta is also detected. (red arrow). (b) Angiography after successful placement of numerous coils. No persistent flow in neither the venous aneurysm nor the non-viable graft itself is detected. Complete aneurysm occlusion has been achieved