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Cerebral Revascularization

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Disease relevance of Cerebral Revascularization


High impact information on Cerebral Revascularization


Anatomical context of Cerebral Revascularization


Associations of Cerebral Revascularization with chemical compounds


Gene context of Cerebral Revascularization

  • The blood flow pattern of the STA, which had had an external carotid flow pattern, was altered to an internal carotid flow pattern by the STA-MCA bypass operation [11].


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