The process of removing components of a patient's or donor's blood and returning the unneeded parts aided by a apheresis machine. This process makes it possible to remove desired elements from large volumes of blood. Platelets, red cells, white cells, stem cells, or plasma can be removed separately. Apheresis can also be used to remove undesirable elements from the blood.
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