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Combined treatment with Shockwave and ultra-high-pressure balloon for severely calcified common carotid artery in-stent restenosis

Attilio Leone1, Angelo Cioppa2, Luigi Salemme2, Grigore Popusoi2, Armando Pucciarelli2, Michele Franzese2, Giuseppe Di Gioia2, Marco Ferrone2, Francesco Spione2, Sebastiano Verdoliva2, Nicola Verde1, Raffaele Moscato1, Giovanni Esposito1, Tullio Tesorio2
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