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- n. Plural form of perfusion.
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The supplies included included syringes, perfusions and anti-hypertension medications according to the magazine, but no doping products were found.
Rwamakuba, the former minister for primary and secondary education, was notably accused of ordering the hacking of Tutsis to death in his native Gikomero township near the capital and at a university hospital in the south where he axed a Tutsi woman and pulled away perfusions of other Tutsi patients.
Analysis of clearance curves are transposed into two- and three-dimensional images of the brain that represent gray and white matter perfusions.
You can't expect a woman that's purty, and knows it, and ain't no more'n thirty-two or three, and don't look it, to be serious intrusted in mummies and pickled snakes and chemical perfusions, not all the time.
Nuclear cardiologists will also benefit from enterprise-wide access to Invia's Corridor4DM software for the quantification, review and reporting of cardiac perfusions, function, and anatomy.
Using single pass liver perfusions, we show that not only ABCB11-mediated transport but also Abcc2-mediated transport were reduced at least 4-fold in Atp8b1 deficiency.
The court in Paris opened its inquiry in July after the discovery during the Tour de France won by Armstrong's teammate Alberto Contador of medical equipment such as "syringes and perfusions".