Excimer Laser Angioplasty in Human Artery Disease
The principal criteria guiding our activities have been as follows: a) the surgical method investigated must be simple and repeatable because we deal with a pathology which is chronic and evolutive; and, b) our purpose is to validate a surgical technique which could represent a potential improvement over the long-term results shown by other techniques.
KeywordsExcimer Laser Laser Angioplasty Italian National Research Council Optical Fiber Transmission Excimer Laser Radiation
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