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Neurointerventional Market Shows Strong Growth Potential

Executive Summary

The neurointerventional device market is one of the most dynamic areas in the field of neurology. Over the next four years, US neurointerventional procedures are expected to grow at a rate of nearly 18% compounded annually, reaching more than 197,000 procedures by 2015. The market information in this article was compiled from Medtech Insight’s new report "US Markets for Neurosurgical and Neurointerventional Surgical Products," #A590, published March 2011.

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