Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 6th, 2009
"The proximal subclavian artery, on the right or on the left, is approached quite differently than it is for a bypass procedure. The technique is described in detail here," wrote M.D. Morasch and colleagues, Northwestern University.
The researchers concluded: "There are very few contraindications to transposition, the advantages over the...
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