refusion


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refusion

(riːˈfjuːʒən)
n
a new or further fusion
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To realize better refusion estimation, the combining methodology of "Fusion + KF" is widely adopted in the literature.
And the known pretransplantation MRD also inferred that most patients had good " in vivo purging" before refusion. These may lead to indiscrimination between patients with and without high WBC count.
We also excluded patients who, in the preceding 10 years, had any type of prior lumbar spine surgery or had diagnosis or procedure codes that implied a previous lumbar operation (such as "reopening of laminectomy site," "refusion," or "removal of an internal fixation device").
For example, the mean maximum fusional amplitudes and refusion values during divergence and convergence testing measured with the COVS were consistently higher than those measured with phorometry.
En la evolucion de la cura de la depresion anaclitica, el retorno del objeto libidinal detiene el desarrollo patologico despues de unos meses: se observa entonces el fenomeno de una refusion parcial de los impulsos y los ninos recuperan rapidamente su actividad.
The patient was to under go a mastectomy, lymph node dissection, and high dose chemotherapy with blood stem cell refusion. The patient died on December 15, 1993, from complications arising from her breast cancer.