Porcine Liver Perfusion, c. 1960s

Porcine Liver Perfusion, c. 1960s

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Caption: Porcine liver perfusion, a temporary treatment for liver failure whereby the patient's blood is circulated through the intact functioning liver of a pig, via an extracorporeal perfusion chamber. Boston City Hospital, c. 1960s.

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