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Figure 1: 56-year-old male with left brachiocephalic AVF with intractable arm edema of the left hand with skin ulceration and discoloration (a), CERA vascular plug (VP) loaded into the sheath (white arrow, b), VP in its expanded form (white arrow, c), ultrasound (USG) image shows VP (yellow star*) in situ at the juxta-anastomotic venous site (d). 1-month follow-up shows resolution of the edema and clinical improvement in the left hand of the patient (e)

Figure 1: 56-year-old male with left brachiocephalic AVF with intractable arm edema of the left hand with skin ulceration and discoloration (a), CERA vascular plug (VP) loaded into the sheath (white arrow, b), VP in its expanded form (white arrow, c), ultrasound (USG) image shows VP (yellow star*) <i>in situ</i> at the juxta-anastomotic venous site (d). 1-month follow-up shows resolution of the edema and clinical improvement in the left hand of the patient (e)