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IP275 The Largest U.S.-Based Case Series of Endovascular and Open Treatment of Spontaneous Left Iliac Vein Rupture in the Setting of May-Thurner Syndrome



IP275 The Largest U.S.-Based Case Series of Endovascular and Open Treatment of Spontaneous Left Iliac Vein Rupture in the Setting of May-Thurner Syndrome



Journal of Vascular Surgery 65(6): 128s-129s




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DOI: 10.1016/j.jvs.2017.03.242


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