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Critical limb ischemia (CLI) is a vascular disease affecting lower limbs, which is going to become a demanding challenge because of the aging of the population. Despite advances in endovascular therapies, CLI is associated with high morbidity and mortality. Patients without direct revascularization options have the worst outcomes. To date, 25%-40% of CLI(More)
The power of financial industry groups over financial regulatory processes is a subject of widespread academic and public debate. Existing international political economy (IPE) scholarship has highlighted how different resources, institutions and structural features allow financial industry groups to influence financial regulatory policymaking. In so doing,(More)
We report the diagnostic and successful therapeutic images of an acute occlusion of the abdominal and suprarenal aorta. This lesion is a rare but catastrophic pathology which can cause severe ischemic manifestations, depending on the site of obstruction, with high rate of mortality even after treatment. In the majority of cases it represents a surgical(More)
Highlights • The financial crisis modified drastically and rapidly the European financial system' s political economy, with the emergence of two competing narratives. First, government agencies are frequently described as being at the mercy of the financial sector, routinely hijacking political , regulatory and supervisory processes, a trend often referred(More)
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