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Safety and efficacy of the Silk flow diverter: Insight from the DIVERSION prospective cohort study

Florent Gariel 1 Gaultier Marnat 1 Xavier Barreau 1 Patrice Menegon 1 Romain Bourcier 2 Laurent Pierot 3 Lauren Spelle 4 Alain Bonafé 5 Francis Turjman 6 Benjamin Gory 7, 8 Jérôme Berge 1 Vincent Costalat 5 Gregory Gascou 5 Cyril Dargazanli 5 Sébastien Soize 3 Georges Metaxas 3 Jacques Moret 4 Léon Ikka 4 Jildaz Caroff 4 Aymeric Rouchaud 4 Christian Mihaela 4 Nidal Benachour 4 Michel Piotin 9 Raphaël Blanc 9 Hocine Redjem 9 Elisa Pomero 10 Alessandra Biondi 10 Christophe Cognard 11 Anne-Christine Januel 11 Jean Darcourt 11 Adrien Guenego 11 Philippe Tall 11 Fabrice Bonneville 11 Charbel Mounayer 12 Suzana Saleme 12 Nader Sourour 13 Frédéric Clarençon 13 Charlotte Barbier 14 Denis Herbreteau 15 Ana-Paula Narata 15 Richard Bibi 15 Serge Bracard 8 René Anxionnat 8 Anne-Laure Derelle 8 Romain Tonnelet 8 Liang Liao 8 Emmanuel Chabert 16 Hervé Brunel 17 Frederic Ricolfi 18 Hubert Desal 2 Zsolt Kulcsar 19 Christian Taschner 20
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Florent Gariel, Gaultier Marnat, Xavier Barreau, Patrice Menegon, Romain Bourcier, et al.. Safety and efficacy of the Silk flow diverter: Insight from the DIVERSION prospective cohort study. Journal de Neuroradiologie / Journal of Neuroradiology, Elsevier Masson, 2021, 48 (4), pp.293-298. ⟨10.1016/j.neurad.2020.06.006⟩. ⟨hal-03269103⟩

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