refusion


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refusion

(riːˈfjuːʒən)
n
a new or further fusion
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For example, the mean maximum fusional amplitudes and refusion values during divergence and convergence testing measured with the COVS were consistently higher than those measured with phorometry.
The patient was to under go a mastectomy, lymph node dissection, and high dose chemotherapy with blood stem cell refusion.
Wastes containing polyester and rayon fibers with PVC and non cross-linked acrylic binders could not be successfully flock-cut due to the melting and refusion of the binders involved.