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How Long Do Most Vascular Stenting Procedures Take to Complete?

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Replied on 7/3/2012

By: Austin Vein Specialists  |  Joel Gotvald, MD, FACS, RPVI
Austin, TX


Typically, vascular stenting procedures take about one hour, sometimes slightly longer, depending on the location.


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