Vascular Intervention: A Clinical Approach
Bruce A. Perler, Gary J. Becker
Thieme, 1998 - Medical - 733 pages
In this important new book, you'll get a full picture of vascular medicine today. The book covers all recent technological advances - including color-flow Doppler, duplex-graft surveillance, & intravascular ultrasound - & focuses on the interdisciplinary team approach as the key to patient care.
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Atherosclerotic Lesions and Their Development
Clinical Assessment of the Patient with Peripheral Arterial Occlusive
The Role of the Vascular Laboratory in the Evaluation of the Patient
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