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Peripheral Artery Radiation Investigational Study [study of the Nucletron® Paris® leg artery radiation catheter]. A trial that assessed the effect of endovascular irradiation after femoropopliteal angioplasty to superior femoral artery stenosis using 192-Iridium gamma radiation
Conclusion Gamma radiation reduces the risk of restenosis, but beta radiation is more practical
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PARIS

Vascular disease A clinical trial–Peripheral Artery Radiation Investigational Study
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Paris,

city in France.
plaster of Paris - a gypsum material used for making casts.
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All the rooms had hot water, telephones for calling reception and air conditioning, amenities that were then considered forward thinking, and in addition to being luxurious, the Lutetia was lauded for being a fine example of Art Nouveau architecture.
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