Published in Pharma Law Weekly, October 4th, 2005
"An aneurysm is a local artery ballooning greater than 50% of its nominal diameter with a risk of sudden rupture," explained scientists in North Carolina. "Minimally invasive repair can be achieved by inserting surgically a stent-graft, called an endovascular graft (EVG), which is either straight tubular curved tubular or bifurcating."
"However," continued Z. Li and colleagues, North Carolina State University, "post-procedural complications may arise because of elevated stagnant blood pressure in the cavity, i.e., the sac formed by the...
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