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Figure 3: Intra-Navien Pipeline flex device deployment. (a and b) left ICA (anteroposterior and lateral view injection shows left cavernous ICA segment aneurysm. (c) Single-shot fluoroscopy lateral view of progressive Pipeline flex deployment. (d) Road map image shows nonopening of proximal part of Pipeline flex (arrow). (e) Lateral view shows complete unsheathing of Pipeline flex with in the navien (curved arrow). (f and g) Simultaneous unsheathe of the Navien while pushing on the Headway 27 microcatheter (arrow). (h) Complete opening of pipeline device with Headway 27 microcatheter in situ. (i) Left ICA injection shows stasis of contrast within the aneurysm. (j) 3 months angiographic follow up shows complete occlusion of aneurysm

Figure 3: Intra-Navien Pipeline flex device deployment. (a and b) left ICA (anteroposterior and lateral view injection shows left cavernous ICA segment aneurysm. (c) Single-shot fluoroscopy lateral view of progressive Pipeline flex deployment. (d) Road map image shows nonopening of proximal part of Pipeline flex (arrow). (e) Lateral view shows complete unsheathing of Pipeline flex with in the navien (curved arrow). (f and g) Simultaneous unsheathe of the Navien while pushing on the Headway 27 microcatheter (arrow). (h) Complete opening of pipeline device with Headway 27 microcatheter in situ. (i) Left ICA injection shows stasis of contrast within the aneurysm. (j) 3 months angiographic follow up shows complete occlusion of aneurysm