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There were no complications such as bleeding and perforation during and after CGFB in eight patients.
Results showed that six of the eight patients get histopathological diagnosis with the samples obtained through CGFB, including one diagnosed as CTEPH and five as PAS.
In one case, there was no distinct morphologic and immunohistologic differentiation detected; thus, the origin of the tumor was not clear through CGFB. Not enough tissue for histopathological analysis and poor differentiation of the tumor were possible reasons.
There might be another concern about the safety of CGFB; however, CGFB was safe in our cases.
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