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chemoembolizations

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  • noun Plural form of chemoembolization.

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Examples

  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations (1).

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations (1).

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations (1).

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations (1).

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  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations (1).

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  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • An investigation recently conducted at Charite Hospital in Berlin showed that syngo DynaCT leads to repositioning of the catheter, and thus increases the reliability of the tumor treatment, in 50 percent of all chemoembolizations.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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