Read & React
Vladimir Kalousek – May 25, 2013
“Anti inflammatory drugs such as corticosteroids to reduce edema, if I see corectly on this images...”
Laurent SPELLE – May 25, 2013
“You are un 2005!... No flow diverter!...”
Eduardo Wajnberg – May 24, 2013
“My opinion is that it would be worth putting a flow diverter through the neck of the aneurysm. A...”
mohd shafie abdullah – April 26, 2013
“I'm thinking of deploying telescoping approach of 2 Leos and jailing technique with loose packing...”
Pakrit Jittapiromsak – April 16, 2013
“Thank you for your comment. Honestly, in my experience, if the stent(s) is(are) placed and oppose...”
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