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Long term usefulness of target lesion revascularization for asymptomatic restenosis of superficial femoral artery after endovascular therapy

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Doctor Makoto Utsunomiya

Toho University, Tokyo (Japan)
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Poster Session 4 - Peripheral artery disease : endovascular treatment

Speakers: Doctor M. Utsunomiya, Doctor Y. Tomoi, Doctor K. Higashi, Doctor S. Hiramori, Associate Professor Z. Ruzsa...

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7 November - 29 August 2018

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