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_______ dialysis involves using a body cavity as a filter. A. Infusion B. Cavitary C. Renal D. Peritoneal
D. Peritoneal dialysis involves using a body cavity as a filter.
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User: _______ dialysis involves using a body cavity as a filter. A. Infusion B. Cavitary C. Renal D. Peritoneal

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D. Peritoneal dialysis involves using a body cavity as a filter.
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