Cost Savings Of Selective Versus Uniform Peripheral Stenting Noted At RSNA
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryPrimary balloon angioplasty with selective stenting in iliac artery occlusions yields significant cost savings over uniform primary stenting, according to Alan Matsumoto, MD, one of several presenters at a Dec. 1 Radiological Society of North America panel discussion on vascular stents.
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