Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 6th, 2005
"Despite a known survival benefit with the use of the left internal mammary artery, it is used less frequently in women when compared with men." This study," conducted by investigators at Washington University, School of Medicine, "evaluated the hypotheses that the radial artery graft is used less frequently in women compared with men, that the radial artery is smaller in women compared with men, and that the use of the radial artery influences operative mortality and long-term survival in women."
"The use of a radial artery graft was evaluated in 2,633...
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