Carotid Artery Surgery: A Problem Based Approach

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A. Ross Naylor, William Charles Mackey
W.B. Saunders, 2000 - Medical - 408 pages
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Here's 30 insightful debates on the most frequently encountered and controversial clinical issues related to the surgical management of carotid artery diseases. Leading European and North American surgeons offer their views on patient selection, preoperative management, operative technique, and post-operative care. Conclusions and management options are summarized at the end of each discussion for easy referral. This is the perfect source for evidence-based recommendations and expert opinions on the questions and problems encountered daily by vascular surgeons.

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Should all patients be shunted? If not how can 23 When should I abandon a planned
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When should I perform carotid John D Birkmeyer
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