Though extremely rare, a provider may insert an implant too deep and into a blood vessel. This may cause the implant to migrate with the blood stream, including into the pulmonary artery, but such an occurrence is very rare. When a clinician cannot palpate an implant, she or he must use radiological imaging techniques to locate the implant in the arm. In such cases, implant removal will require the clinician to possess specific skills as well. This manual was created to assist in helping clinicians locate a non-palpable or deeply located implant for removal.