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Why should thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) be treated?

Dr. Joshua I. Greenberg, MD
Vascular Surgeon

Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) should be treated because there is an opportunity to help many younger patients live without a disability. However, few physicians have interest in treating TOS. It is very under-diagnosed. It is challenging to evaluate. Operations are technically demanding.

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