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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

PARIS

Vascular disease A clinical trial–Peripheral Artery Radiation Investigational Study

Paris,

city in France.
plaster of Paris - a gypsum material used for making casts.
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Souleymane told Le Parisien he was used to racism but it was the first time it happened to him in the Paris underground.
Enfin, Dussault fait preuve d'une fine connaissance du milieu parisien du jazz.
Parisien has also established a consulting and training arm that offers guidance on healthy food preparation and food safety training.
Julie Parisien, a household name in the Maine skiing community, competed in the 1992 Albertville games, 1994 Lillehammer games and the 1998 Nagano games' Super G, Giant Slalom, Slalom and Combined events.
According to Le Parisien, QTA will pay between 150 and 200 million a year to PSG for the club's help in promoting the country abroad.
A French surgeon has carried out the world's first-ever successful transplant of an entire face, the daily Le Parisien reported Thursday, according to dpa.
GDF Suez SA (GDF Suez) (GSZ.FR), a France-based utility company, has asked the energy regulator for a five percent increase in regulated gas tariffs, Le Parisien newspaper has reported.
Le Parisien went with the simple "France humiliated by Mexico" and Provence opted for "Shame on the Blues".
Summary: The French army used soldiers and civilians as guinea pigs to test the effects of nuclear bombs a confidential report revealed, said French newspaper Le Parisien.
In an interview for daily Le Parisien, AP-HP general director Benoit Leclercq talked about a restructuring plan for hospitals.
The woman, identified only as Carole, told Le Parisien newspaper that she had bought the burkhini after deciding "it would allow me the pleasure of bathing without showing too much of myself, as Islam recommends".
The festival also includes a fringe which takes over venues across the town from the Caf Parisien and Wayfarers Arcade to Satchmo's in Birkdale and the Atkinson Art Gallery.