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Fig. 5. (A) Coronal computed tomography shows fragmentation of the proximal end (arrowhead) and absence of the distal end (arrow). (B) Contrast injected through the secondary esophageal EGIS stent (S&G Biotech) immediately after release. The perished Hanaro stent (MI Tech) is evident in the stomach: The proximal head is buckled (arrowhead), and the distal part is missing (arrow).
Gastrointestinal Intervention 2015;4:76~82 https://doi.org/10.18528/gii150021
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