Definitions for "Bone Marrow Aspiration"
(as-per-AY-shun) -- The removal of a small sample of bone marrow (usually from the hip) through a needle for examination under a microscope.
the procedure by which a liquid portion of bone marrow is sucked by vacuum pressure into a syringe.
procedure involving the insertion of a needle to the center of the bone to remove a sample of cells and fluid for examination by a pathologist.