lymphoplasmapheresis

lym·pho·plas·ma·phe·re·sis

(lim'ō-plaz'mă-fĕ-rē'sis),
Separation and removal of lymphocytes and plasma from the withdrawn blood, with the remainder of the blood retransfused into the donor.
[lymphocyte + plasma + G. aphairesis, a withdrawal]

lymphoplasmapheresis

/lym·pho·plas·ma·phe·re·sis/ (-plaz-mah-fĕ´ris-is) selective separation and removal of plasma and lymphocytes from withdrawn blood, the remainder of the blood then being retransfused to the donor.

lym·pho·plas·ma·phe·re·sis

(lim'fō-plaz'mă-fĕr-ē'sis)
Separation and removal of lymphocytes and plasma from the withdrawn blood, with the remainder of the blood retransfused into the donor.
[lymphocyte + plasma + G. aphairesis, a withdrawal]

lymphoplasmapheresis

(lim″fō-plaz″mă-fer′ĕ-sĭs, -fă-rē′sĭs) [ lymph- + plasmapheresis]
The removal of lymphocytes and plasma from the blood after it has been withdrawn. The blood is then returned to the donor.