lymphapheresis

lymphocytapheresis

 [lim″fo-si″tah-fĕ-re´sis]
the selective removal of lymphocytes from withdrawn blood, which is then retransfused into the donor.
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lym·pho·cy·ta·phe·re·sis

(lim'fō-sīt'ă-fĕ-rē'sis),
Separation and removal of lymphocytes from the withdrawn blood, with the remainder of the blood retransfused into the donor.
Synonym(s): lymphapheresis
[lymphocyte + G. aphairesis, a withdrawal]
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lym·pho·cy·ta·phe·re·sis

(lim'fō-sīt-ă-fĕr-ē'sis)
Separation and removal of lymphocytes from the withdrawn blood, with the remainder of the blood retransfused into the donor.
Synonym(s): lymphapheresis.
[lymphocyte + G. aphairesis, a withdrawal]
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The global apheresis equipment market segmentation is based on applications (neurological disorders, hematology, renal disorders, etc.), procedure type (plasmapheresis, photopheresis, leukapheresis, plateletpheresis, LDL apheresis, erythrocytaperesis, lymphapheresis, lipidpheresis), and technologies (centrifugation, membrane filtration).
On the basis of applications, the apheresis market is segmented into plasmapheresis, plateletpheresis, erythrocytapheresis, leukapheresis, LDL apheresis, and others (photopheresis, lymphapheresis, and extracorporeal immunoadsorption).