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When I call my plumber I want something repaired, I want it done quickly, and once it is done I don’t generally demand to see the clog that has been removed. I simply ask: has the job been completed and is the sink working again, can I flush the toilet, and is the shower usable? Is this indifference to the why and how a mistake? Should I want more information. Would that avoid another call in the future and save me some money, time, and headache.
Mechanical thrombectomy for large vessel occlusion (LVO) with revascularization rates which routinely approach 90% in clinical practice lends itself very nicely …
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