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Figure 1: (a) Type I isolated gastric variceal conglomerate in a patient with a history of bleeding. (b) Sonographic image of the 2.5 cm variceal conglomerate. (c) Deployment of a coil through a 19-gauge needle (arrow pointing to coil). (d) Coil and glue complex (creating acoustic shadow) with nearly no flow confirmed by Doppler. (e) Varix obliterated with coil extruding. (f) No varix seen on sonography with the coil visible in the gastric lumen (arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Type I isolated gastric variceal conglomerate in a patient with a history of bleeding. (b) Sonographic image of the 2.5 cm variceal conglomerate. (c) Deployment of a coil through a 19-gauge needle (arrow pointing to coil). (d) Coil and glue complex (creating acoustic shadow) with nearly no flow confirmed by Doppler. (e) Varix obliterated with coil extruding. (f) No varix seen on sonography with the coil visible in the gastric lumen (arrow)