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NANO: Effectiveness and Safety of Small Aneurysm Coiling Trial

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NANO: Effectiveness and Safety of Small Aneurysm Coiling Trial

This is a prospective study to compare the safety and efficacy of treating small aneurysms with coils specially designed for small aneurysms to historically reported rates of safety and efficacy for the treatment of larger aneurysms.

If you would like to explore more clinical information about this trial, please see the trial page on ClinicalTrials.gov

Author
Richard Bellon, MD Dr. Richard Bellon is a Neurointerventional Surgeon in Denver, CO

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