Candy-Wrapper Effect | definition of Candy-Wrapper Effect by Medical dictionary
A fanciful term referring to the unique angiographic pattern of restenosis at the edges of 32P radioactive ß-emitting stents, the mechanisms of which are incompletely understood and controversial. The candy wrapper effect is less common, but also occurs with drug-eluting stents
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