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Shooting date : 2018-07-16
Last update : 2018-09-11
Language(s) : English

Procedure time: 260 min
Exposure time: 46 min
Exposure: 3721 mGy
Contrast volume: 582 ml Optiray 350

Procedure time: 260 min
Exposure time: 46 min
Exposure: 3721 mGy
Contrast volume: 582 ml Optiray 350

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  • omer S. perfect.

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    • Harun A. What do you think about putting some coils inside the sac before closing the neck. Because endoleak may persist while the patient using oral anticoagulant.

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