Isolated lung perfusion
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Isolated lung perfusion is a surgical procedure during which the circulation of blood to the lungs is separated from the circulation of blood through the rest of the body, and a drug is delivered directly into the lung circulation. This allows a higher concentration of chemotherapy to reach tumors in the lungs.
- Isolated lung perfusion entry in the public domain NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
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