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BackTable VI Podcast
BackTable VI is our flagship show, developed to help interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and other interventional and endovascular specialists level up their day-to-day practice.
New Tools to Treat Severe Distal Femoropopliteal Disease
with Dr. John Rundback
In this episode, host Dr. Sabeen Dhand interviews Dr. John Rundback, interventional radiologist, about distal femoropopliteal disease, including the unique pathophysiology of this area, which stents work best at the adductor canal and the trifurcation, and tips for early operators.
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Percutaneous Lung Biopsies: The Basics
with Dr. Fred Lee
We start off Part 1 of a 2 part series with Dr. Fred Lee discussing Percutaneous Lung Biopsy Technique, with tips and tricks to help your daily practice.
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