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Confirmation of no Common Femoral Artery Stenosis Following Percutaneous EVAR

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Dwivedi, K., Regi, J.M., Cleveland, T.J. et al. Confirmation of no Common Femoral Artery Stenosis Following Percutaneous EVAR. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 42, 1369–1370 (2019).

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