Current concepts in the management of carotid stenosis.

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Published in F1000 Med Rep on February 24, 2009

Authors

Norman R Hertzer1

Author Affiliations

1: Cleveland Clinic Emeritus Office 3050 Science Park Drive (AC334), Beachwood, OH 44122 USA.

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