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Figure 3: During primary angioplasty, there was difficulty in the passage of guide wire (A). Hence, over the wire, thrombo-aspiration catheter was passed up to the occluded segment (B). Intracoronary tenecteplase injected through it. The contrast injection through thrombo-aspiration catheter could visualize the distal segment (C). The guide wire crossed with the support of thrombo-aspiration catheter into distal LAD (D) and further, thrombo-aspiration performed using it (E). Post thrombo-aspiration, there was residual stenosis of the distal segment of the left anterior descending artery with the disparity in the diameter (F)

Figure 3: During primary angioplasty, there was difficulty in the passage of guide wire (A). Hence, over the wire, thrombo-aspiration catheter was passed up to the occluded segment (B). Intracoronary tenecteplase injected through it. The contrast injection through thrombo-aspiration catheter could visualize the distal segment (C). The guide wire crossed with the support of thrombo-aspiration catheter into distal LAD (D) and further, thrombo-aspiration performed using it (E). Post thrombo-aspiration, there was residual stenosis of the distal segment of the left anterior descending artery with the disparity in the diameter (F)