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Institute of Management Accountants

A professional organization in the United States for management accountants and financial managers. These professionals specialize in the study of how managers use accounting and/or financial information in current or future business decisions. Unlike other accountants, they primarily report to the internal management of a company, rather than to an external body like shareholders or tax collection agencies. The Institute establishes common practices and ethical standards for these professionals, and awards the Certified Management Accountant designation upon the successful completion of an examination testing one's knowledge in four subjects: business analysis, management accounting and reporting, strategic management, and business applications.

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Long-term (5-12 years) serial studies of internal mammary artery and saphenous vein coronary grafts.
El-Ansary D, Adams R, Ghandi A (2000) Musculoskeletal and neurological complications following coronary artery bypass graft surgery: A comparison between saphenous vein and internal mammary artery grafting.
The other coronary artery bypass grafts (left internal mammary artery bypass to the LAD and saphenous bypass graft to the ramus diagonalis) were open.
Life-threatening chylothorax after left internal mammary artery dissection: therapeutic considerations.
All operations were performed through median Sternotomy and Left internal mammary artery (LIMA) was used in all except one patient.
Myocardial revascularisation with sceletonized internal mammary artery.
The left internal mammary artery and the crura saphenous vein were heparinized by the amount of 3 m/kg, then the left internal mammary vein was picked up.
4 ct surgery instruments set - internal mammary artery removal set
After harvesting left internal mammary artery (LIMA) and other conduits, cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) was established by cannulation of ascending aorta and right atrium.
He had history of coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery done in 2012 with three saphenous vein grafts(SVG) and left internal mammary artery graft (LIMA).
Additional internal mammary artery collaterals are seen.

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