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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: (a) Photograph of a 0.014” microguidewire formed into a modified pigtail shape. (b) Schematic drawing of the beanstalk method. After one guidewire is navigated to the distal portion, another is advanced along the first, in a spiral fashion. (c and d) The yellow arrowheads indicate twined wire surrounding the other wire. The red arrows indicate the tip of the ACE68, which was advanced easily, without any resistance caused by the ledge effect

Figure 2: (a) Photograph of a 0.014” microguidewire formed into a modified pigtail shape. (b) Schematic drawing of the beanstalk method. After one guidewire is navigated to the distal portion, another is advanced along the  first, in a spiral fashion. (c and d) The yellow arrowheads indicate twined wire surrounding the other wire. The red arrows indicate the tip of the ACE68, which was advanced easily, without any resistance caused by the ledge effect