Judkins catheter technique

Judkins catheter technique
Jud·kins catheter, technique (judґkinz) [Melvin P. Judkins, American radiologist, 1922–1985] see Judkins coronary catheter and Judkins pigtail left vetriculography catheter, under catheter, and see under technique.

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