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Figure 4: (a) Aortic angiography of a 30-day-old male infant with Coarctation of aorta. (b) Dilatation with high-pressure 5 mm × 15 mm noncompliant coronary balloon (NC Quantum Apex; Boston Scientific, Natick, MA) over 0.014” Run-through coronary wire (Terumo, Somerset, NY) and inflated up to 10 Atm. (c) Dilatation with low-pressure 7 mm × 20 mm compliant balloon (Mini-TyshakII™; NuMed, Hopkintown, NY, USA) over 0.025” J tip Glidewire (Terumo, Somerset, NY, USA) and inflated up to 3.5 Atm. (d) Aortic angiography postballoon coarctoplasty

Figure 4: (a) Aortic angiography of a 30-day-old male infant with Coarctation of aorta. (b) Dilatation with high-pressure 5 mm × 15 mm noncompliant coronary balloon (NC Quantum Apex; Boston Scientific, Natick, MA) over 0.014” Run-through coronary wire (Terumo, Somerset, NY) and inflated up to 10 Atm. (c) Dilatation with low-pressure 7 mm × 20 mm compliant balloon (Mini-TyshakII™; NuMed, Hopkintown, NY, USA) over 0.025” J tip Glidewire (Terumo, Somerset, NY, USA) and inflated up to 3.5 Atm. (d) Aortic angiography postballoon coarctoplasty