Published in Health Insurance Week, March 4th, 2007
For the next few years, a vascular surgeon at the University of Michigan monitored his aortic aneurysm until it reached a dangerous size and required surgery. Aneurysms smaller than 2 inches usually are not too risky. But when they become larger, their potential for rupture is great enough to require surgery. Almost a year after his successful...
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