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carotid artery stenosis


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(carotid stenosis) narrowing of the carotid artery, which reduces the supply of blood to the brain and is a cause of strokes. Many cases can be treated by surgical excision or bypass of the narrowed segment (see also endarterectomy), but inserting a stent into the carotid artery is becoming more common.

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