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Marjorie C. Wang, Frederick A. Boop, Douglas Kondziolka, Daniel K. Resnick, Steven N. Kalkanis, Elizabeth Koehnen, Nathan R. Selden, Carl B. Heilman, Alex B. Valadka, Kevin M. Cockroft, John A. Wilson, Richard G. Ellenbogen, Anthony L. Asher, Richard W. Byrne, Paul J. Camarata, Judy Huang, John J. Knightly, Elad I. Levy, Russell R. Lonser, E. Sander Connolly Jr., Fredric B. Meyer, and Linda M. Liau

neurosurgery, neurocritical care, and central nervous system endovascular surgery. Although the requirements are somewhat different for each of these subspecialty areas, candidates who wish to receive additional credentials in one or more of these areas generally must 1) successfully complete an accredited fellowship in their area of focused practice (or in some cases demonstrate practice experience that reflects an equivalent level of training), 2) successfully pass an online 100-question proctored examination in their area of focused practice (in addition to the ABNS

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. Tjoumakaris , MD (Philadelphia, PA) 2 2011 30 2 A23 A23 2011 Introduction Recent advancements in endovascular surgery have introduced several closure devices for the femoral ateriotomy site. Two of the more commonly used devices are the AngioSeal (St. Jude Medical) and the Mynx (AccessClosure), both of which decrease time to hemostasis and expedite post-procedure ambulation. In this study, we retrospectively investigated closure efficacy, associated pain, and complications of each closure device. Methods A retrospective patient database