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Вінницького національного медичного університету ім. М. І. Пирогова

Vascular Medicine / Thomas Cissarek [et al.]. — New York [etc.] : McGraw-Hill, 2011. — XI, 420 p. : il.

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Vascular Medicine presents the current state of diagnosis and treatment in every field of angiology. Enriched by the experience of nearly fifty contributing authors, taking current guidelines into account, and analyzing the latest research data, this resource offers an unmatched mix of authoritative instruction and clinical utility. Reflecting the growing collaboration between internists, surgeons, and radiologists, Vascular Medicine focuses on presenting the relevant treatment procedures, including conservative, endovascular, and surgical. Discussion of conservative drug therapy is matched in detail with cardiovascular catheter treatment and surgical treatment options.