SAN FRANCISCO — Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader has recused himself from a high-profile case for the second time this week.

The chief judge on Wednesday pulled out of a dispute between medical device companies over artificial heart valves. His recusal led to the withdrawal and reissuance of an April 21 stay order that Medtronic has described as being a life-and-death matter for some heart patients.

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