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Who is a good candidate for X-ray guided interventional therapy?

Patients in whom the cause and location of pain have been identified are the best candidates for X-ray guided interventional therapy. In this video, Devi Nampiaparampil, MD, chief of pain management at Veterans Affairs, explains.


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