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Isolated Limb Perfusion in the Treatment of Advanced Soft-tissue Sarcomas

  • Joseph M. Klausner
  • Dina Lev-Chelouche
  • Isaac Meller
  • Moshe Inbar
  • Mordechai Gutman

Keywords

Isolate Limb Perfusion Limb Volume Perfusion Flow Rate Extremity Sarcoma Left Ventricular Stroke Work Index 
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  • Joseph M. Klausner
  • Dina Lev-Chelouche
  • Isaac Meller
  • Moshe Inbar
  • Mordechai Gutman

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