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Things perfusion often describes (“perfusion ________”)
mismatch, ratios, inequality, relationships, mismatching, imbalance, scanning, scans, abnormalities, matching, syndrome, studies, scan, inequalities, imaging, relationship, distributions, distribution, abnormality, mismatches, defects, defect, technique, study, imbalances, lung, balance, disturbances, experiments, relations, match, images, test, redistribution, variations, experiment, present, evaluation, incoordination, scintigrams, fixation, metabolism, contraction, ventilation, spect, diffusion, alterations, maldistribution, preservation, curves, bleeding, inhomogeneity, technics

How perfusion often is described (“________ perfusion”)
cerebral, renal, myocardial, poor, coronary, adequate, inadequate, peripheral, regional, systemic, normal, isolated, pulmonary, placental, continuous, vascular, arterial, retrograde, hepatic, distal, hyperthermic, uteroplacental, low, ventilation, hypothermic, capillary, ineffective, extracorporeal, diminished, intestinal, portal, pulsatile, uterine, organ, abnormal, reduced, aortic, cortical, cardiac, selective, effective, relative, constant, subendocardial, vital, non, collateral, splanchnic, improved, optimal, cold, insufficient, ventriculocisternal, spinal, absent, intracellular, fetal, retinal, glomerular, cellular, artificial, mucosal, normothermic, visceral, impaired, intermittent, pelvic, cisternal, satisfactory, hypoxic, cutaneous, maternal, gastric, jejunal, diastolic, continued, simultaneous, pass, intravenous


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