X-Ray Endostenting Surgery of Vessels and Hollow Organs View Full Text


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DATE

2000

AUTHORS

I. Y. Khmelevskaya , I. K. Rabkin , E. P. Ryklina , S. D. Prokoshkin

ABSTRACT

For a long time, the most radical method of vessel pathology treatment (narrow bright interval or its complete closing) was surgical intervention. The surgical reconstructed operations most used were autovenous plastic and plastic by the synthetic stents with the intention of creating a new, temporal or permanent, way of blood flow. More... »

PAGES

267-282

Book

TITLE

Shape Memory Implants

ISBN

978-3-642-64118-3
978-3-642-59768-8

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