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Selective infusion of anticancer agent via implantable vascular device followed by rapid removal by hemoperfusion over charcoal



Selective infusion of anticancer agent via implantable vascular device followed by rapid removal by hemoperfusion over charcoal



Nose, Y , C Kjellstrand And P Ivanovich (Ed ) Progress in Artificial Organs - 1985; International Society For Artificial Organs' Fifth World Congress, Chicago, Illinois, Usa, October 5-8, 1985 Xxi+1204p Isao Press: Cleveland, Ohio, Usa Illus 790-793




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