Experience of Cryopreserved Fetal Thymus Application when Treating Puerperal Infections
Keywords:cryopreservation, fetal thymus, puerperae
Investigation results testify to high efficacy of heterotopic transplantationÂ of cryopreserved human fetal thymus tissues, which increases an organismâ€™s immunological possibilities and is an active way for postoperative infections treatment.
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