Published in Pharma Law Weekly, July 25th, 2006
It's brain surgery without the surgery, also called minimally invasive, or endovascular treatment. And according to University of Michigan Health System doctors who perform such procedures on hundreds of patients a year, it's allowing many patients to reduce their risk of a stroke - including those who wouldn't be able to withstand a brain operation.
One of the newest options is the first device designed...
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