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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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Vascular disease A clinical trial–Peripheral Artery Radiation Investigational Study

Paris,

city in France.
plaster of Paris - a gypsum material used for making casts.
References in classic literature ?
Ere he left Paris Van Tromp was one of those whom he entertained to a farewell supper; and the old gentleman made the speech of the evening, and then fell below the table, weeping, smiling, paralysed.
At length the escort passed through Paris on the twenty-third, in the night.
I pledge you my honor," returned the count, "that I mean to do as I have said; both inclination and positive necessity compel me to visit Paris.
I know him also, but unfortunately he is not in Paris.
Pocket-handkerchiefs of OUR calibre would be thought decidedly aristocratic; and aristocracy in Paris, just at that moment, was almost in as bad odor as it is in America, where it ranks as an eighth deadly sin, though no one seems to know precisely what it means.
Aussi, si tu n'es pas trop bete je te prends a Paris.
Yes, monsieur; and monsieur le comte is not going to Paris, I will swear.
I'm glad to see you back in Paris," this gentleman declared.
Father only left Paris after he had seen us what he calls comfortably settled here, and had informed Madame de Maisonrouge (the mistress of the establishment--the head of the "family") that he wished my French pronunciation especially attended to.
Goodworthy, "but we get our evenings to ourselves, and Paris is Paris.
Louis will deliver these hurried lines, and will take care of you on the journey to Paris.
These necessary disclosures I have communicated to my husband--not by word of mouth; when the time came, I shrank from speaking to him personally of his first wife--but by a written statement of the circumstances, taken mainly out of my letters received in Paris from Benjamin and Mr.