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Figure 2: (a) Chest X-ray PA view of Patient 1 showing the presence of a hollow bead in the left main bronchus (highlighted by the white arrow) just distal to the carina. (b) Patient 1: After threading the Fogarty catheter through the bead, the balloon is inflated with air to lock the bead. (c) Patient 3: After threading the Fogarty catheter through the fragmented component of the ball pen, the balloon is inflated with air. (d) Patient 3: The fragmented component of the ball pen is sandwiched between the tip of the bronchoscopy sheath and the inflated balloon. Images 2B-D are trying to demonstrate the intra-bronchial events through ex vivo simulation

Figure 2: (a) Chest X-ray PA view of Patient 1 showing the presence of a hollow bead in the left main bronchus (highlighted by the white arrow) just distal to the carina. (b) Patient 1: After threading the Fogarty catheter through the bead, the balloon is inflated with air to lock the bead. (c) Patient 3: After threading the Fogarty catheter through the fragmented component of the ball pen, the balloon is inflated with air. (d) Patient 3: The fragmented component of the ball pen is sandwiched between the tip of the bronchoscopy sheath and the inflated balloon. Images 2B-D are trying to demonstrate the intra-bronchial events through ex vivo simulation