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bone-marrow transplant

[bohn-mar-oh] /ˈboʊnˌmær oʊ/
Surgery. a technique in which a small amount of bone marrow is withdrawn by a syringe from a donor's pelvic bone and injected into a patient whose ability to make new blood cells has been impaired by a disease, as anemia or cancer, or by exposure to radiation. Unabridged
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A technique in which bone marrow is transplanted from one individual to another, or removed from and transplanted to the same individual, in order to stimulate production of blood cells. It is used in the treatment of malignancies, certain forms of anemia, and immunologic deficiencies.
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