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OCCLUSIVE DISEASE: FEMORAL & POPLITEAL ARTERIES

Meta-analyses of clinical trial data have shown increased mortality 3-5 years after treatment with paclitaxel devices, and the FDA has recommended judicious use of the devices.

OCCLUSIVE CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE

Transcervical carotid stenting, performed through a small incision at the base of the neck, avoids artery tortuosity and has lower embolization rates than transfemoral carotid stenting.

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