Technologies in Vascular Surgery
James S. T. Yao, William H. Pearce
Saunders, 1992 - Medical - 525 pages
Provides comprehensive coverage of both diagnostic and therapeutic vascular surgery methods. The textual material is organized into six sections, covering molecular biology, radiologic techniques, noninvasive tests, intravascular devices, interventional technology, and thrombolytic therapy. A team of 105 experts contributed to this volume.
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