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Farb, A., Weber, D. K., Kolodgie, F. D., Burke, A. P., & Virmani, R. (n.d.).
     Morphological Predictors of Restinosis After Coronary Stenting in
     Humans.
       This study focused on the growth of neointimal (inside the stent) tissue
       after stent implantation. Correlating increased irritation of the
       arterial surface as a result of surgical implantation with such growth
       and in-stent restinosis, this project concluded that by decreasing damage
       (both penetration and irritation) to the surrounding tissue of a stent
       during insertion, the probability of in-stent restinosis could be
       reduced, eliminating a common clinical problem in today's field of
       cardiovascular interventional therapeutics.

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