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    Patient Risk Factors for Carotid Revascularization


    Current guidelines on carotid revascularization require a minimum stenosis of 50%.1 Past studies have looked at ultrasound surveillance of disease progression as a risk factor for revascularization but little is known about patient-related risk factors. This short slide show summarizes results of a new study published in Cerbrovascular Diseases Extra.



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