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Intracranial Stenting Doesn’t Make The Cut In NIH Study

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Intracranial stenting should not be a first-line treatment in most patients with narrowed brain arteries and a recent neurological event, researchers concluded in a recent study. But the data should not be viewed as a nail in the coffin to future development of intracranial stents, investigators stressed.
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