Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, October 9th, 2009
"The study was a retrospective analysis of hemodialysis patients referred for access dysfunction during a 2-year period. Using a prospectively collected, vascular access database, we identified 76 patients seen for follow-up angiography due to access dysfunction after stent placement. We compared the effect of in-stent restenosis vs....
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