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Percutaneous axillary artery access for fenestrated and branched thoracoabdominal endovascular repair

Percutaneous axillary artery access for fenestrated and branched thoracoabdominal endovascular repair

An upper extremity access (UEA) is necessary for complex endovascular aortic repairs, especially for branched and fenestrated endografts to successfully catheterize target vessels with a caudal orientation. The subclavian artery and axillary artery (AxA) have largely been

Recent trends in treating kidney stones

Kidney stones are incredibly common in the United States and the prevalence is increasing at a remarkable rate.  In the United States, the chance of a man having a kidney stone at some point in his life