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Feb-2012Patients with recurrent ischaemic events from carotid artery disease have a large lipid core and low GSM.Salem, MK; Sayers, RD; Bown, MJ; West, K; Moore, D; Nicolaides, A; Robinson, TG; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Apr-2002Carotid artery disease and stroke during coronary artery bypass: a critical review of the literature.Naylor, AR; Mehta, Z; Rothwell, PM; Bell, PRJournal Article
Dec-2003Patients' thromboembolic potential after carotid endarterectomy is related to the platelets' sensitivity to adenosine diphosphate.Hayes, PD; Box, H; Tull, S; Bell, PR; Goodall, A; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Dec-2001Patients' thromboembolic potential between bilateral carotid endarterectomies remains stable over time.Hayes, PD; Payne, D; Lloyd, AJ; Bell, PR; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Dec-2003The excess of strokes in female patients after CEA is due to their increased thromboembolic potential--analysis of 775 cases.Hayes, PD; Payne, DA; Evans, NJ; Thompson, MM; London, NJ; Bell, PR; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Jun-2007The value of urgent carotid surgery for crescendo transient ischemic attacks.Karkos, CD; McMahon, G; McCarthy, MJ; Dennis, MJ; Sayers, RD; London, NJ; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Jan-2007Where next after SPACE and EVA-3S: 'the good, the bad and the ugly!'.Naylor, ARJournal Article
Apr-1999Transcranial Doppler directed dextran therapy in the prevention of carotid thrombosis: three hour monitoring is as effective as six hours.Lennard, N; Smith, JL; Hayes, P; Evans, DH; Abbott, RJ; London, NJ; Bell, PR; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Mar-1999A policy of quality control assessment helps to reduce the risk of intraoperative stroke during carotid endarterectomy.Lennard, N; Smith, JL; Gaunt, ME; Abbott, RJ; London, NJ; Bell, PR; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Feb-2011Rapid access carotid endarterectomy can be performed in the hyperacute period without a significant increase in procedural risks.Salem, MK; Sayers, RD; Bown, MJ; Eveson, DJ; Robinson, TG; Naylor, ARJournal Article