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Reversal of Flow

Carotid stenting vs endarterectomies

Jacob G. Robison, MD, Professor of Vascular Surgery, Medical University of South Carolina, discusses reversal of flow, a technique where particles that occur at the time of balloon angioplasty are flushed retrogradely. He also talks about the differences between carotid endarterectomy and stenting.

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