Do you mean to say 'supraselective'? I've noticed that term in the CPT and I'm guessing it would be a more selective catheter placement from the first access site.
Quoted from Interventional Radiology Coding Reference by ZHealth Publishing:
"There are two separate kinds of catheter placements: non-selective and selective. A non-selective placement is when the catheter stays in the vessel entered or only advances to the aorta."
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