Emergency management - Type II: Epicardial segment
Pericardial or myocardial blushing without jet extravasation
A Type II perforation is similar to Type I in terms of management, but is associated with a higher risk of progression to Type III. Myocardial blushing is considered to be lower risk than pericardial fat staining.
The main step of Type II coronary perforation is to inflate the balloon at the site of the perforation and assessment for progression to Type III.
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