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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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Aujourd'hui, la valeur de l'immobilier dans Saint-Germain le situe au deuxieme rang des quartiers parisiens en la matiere.
The company began when mining activity in the area began to pick up, and Parisien saw a chance to service the companies that would need to feed their workers as they moved north.
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.
As France marked 50 years since its first nuclear explosion on Tuesday, the full report was released by Le Parisien.
Renault SA (Renault) (EURONEXT: RNO), a France-based automaker, is planning to revive its Gordini brand for small sport cars, according to French daily Le Parisien.
Paris-based Le Parisien and Aujourd'hui en France will use Methode for their multi-edition print operations.
French Secretary of State for European Affairs Jean-Pierre Jouyet said, on 1 October in the French newspaper Le Parisien, that he preferred "politics as an observer rather than as an actor" and that he may leave his position after the French EU Presidency in 2009.
With 100,000 ballots counted, Amini had 22 percent of the vote, trailing both Tim Bradshaw with 46 percent and Suzanne Parisien with 32 percent.
Now council leaders are looking at introducing something similar to the Parisien cycle-loan scheme, where pedestrians can pay to use bikes in self-service racks around the city.
The company told Le Parisien that "if Islam wasn't selected, it was because there were more candidates than places available.
Entitled 'A Little Piece of Paris in Sutton' the booklet sets out a grand vision of a future Sutton - complete with Parisien walkways.
Amaury, who died last month from cancer, was the son of Emilien Amaury, founder of the daily newspaper Parisien Libere (later to become Le Parisien) which launched in 1944 following the liberation of Paris.