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pumping a liquid into an organ or tissue (especially by way of blood vessels)

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Key words: cellulitis, tenosynovitis, regional limb perfusion, distal limb, avian, chicken
The subject of public procurement is the supply of new, previously unused operating system for hyperthermic chemotherapy + inrtaperitoneln limb perfusion.
The 11 papers in this collection review the TNF-cascade signaling system, the effect of TNF-alpha in isolated limb perfusion treatment of cancers, and TNF-alpha neutralizing therapies for Crohn's disease.
In the one-quarter of patients who have a recurrence of melanoma after primary treatment, a variety of treatment options are used, including wide local excision, therapeutic lymph node dissection, isolated limb perfusion, radiation therapy, and various systemic therapies.
Bilateral amputations were contemplated as both anterior and posterior muscle compartments were involved, but a technetium 99m limb perfusion scan showed evidence of distal perfusion.
Although the standard of practice in most institutions is to assess limb perfusion through physical examination and clinical judgment, development of quantitative measurements of perfusion remains a desirable objective because perfusion determines the degree and progression of the pathological process that can lead to amputation.
As she was suffering from recurring melanomas, Mrs Ogden faced the choice of travelling to Glasgow for isolated limb perfusion - or becoming the first to try a new technique brought from Australia to Britain.
Complete remission of advanced cutaneous leiomyosarcoma following isolated limb perfusion with high-dose tumour necrosis factor-alpha and melphalan.