Experimental: Occlusion balloon catheter
-Each participant will have an embolectomy balloon that is FDA approved for peripheral and neurovasculature temporary occlusion placed by nose or mouth. Anatomical position of balloon will be verified by on-board MR or CT imaging in to assess feasibility of using a duodenal balloon in this population. Participants who are imaged on the MR treatment machine will also be imaged with 4 or 8 frame per second sagittal imaging to assess real-time stomach and balloon respiratory motion. Participants imaged on CT based imaging (i.e. Ethos/Halcyon ring gantry system) will have CBCTs acquired at timed intervals (approximately 5-10 minutes between scans). After imaging, the balloon will be deflated and removed at that time.
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