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Who is a candidate for fenestrated aortic stent grafting?

Joshua I. Greenberg, MD
Vascular Surgery
Patients who are candidates for fenestrated aortic stent grafting have aneurysms close to the kidney arteries. In this video, Joshua Greenberg, MD, of Mercy Health, explains that only a small part of the population qualifies for this procedure.

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