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allograft:

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surgical procedure by which a tissue or organ is removed and replaced by a corresponding part, usually from another part of the body or from another individual.
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allograft

[′a·lō‚graft]
(biology)
Graft from a donor transplanted to a genetically dissimilar recipient of the same species. Also known as allogeneic graft.
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The allograft implants will be used for spinal fusions to treat congenital spinal deformities, limb defects and vertebral reconstruction for tuberculosis infection in Kenyan children.
The study was conducted among outpatients with non-healing diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers and surgical or traumatic wounds managed with AlloSkin, a meshed, partial-thickness, cryopreserved human skin allograft.
A new non-profit foundation to promote the benefits of joint restoration allograft tissue has been formed by 2 tissue banking organizations.
Treatment with sCD83 alone was capable of controlling antibody-mediated rejection and prolonging survival of cardiac allografts by twofold when compared to untreated controls.
Additionally, all fresh-stored OC allografts are placed in a proprietary antibiotic soak developed by RTI to eliminate potential contaminants.
The tens of thousands of patients treated with our dehydrated human amnion/chorion membrane (dHACM) allografts are experiencing very impressive outcomes from both the measurement of the clinical results and costs of treatment.
Fracture lucencies in the fibular strut allograft were first identified on flexion/extension radiographs at his 11 month follow-up visit (Figure 1).
TTOT's products and capabilities will better position Globus in existing allograft markets while also providing a dedicated source of supply for our pipeline of products utilizing human allograft tissue.
Allografts incorporate more slowly than autografts, as demonstrated in animal (8,9) and human studies.
Additionally, we hypothesize that the management of immunosuppression in patients with failed allografts may affect the %PRA in patients placed on the waiting list for re-transplantation.
After 60-day follow-up, real-time SPY imaging on these two pancreas transplants did not demonstrate adverse effects on patients or the transplanted allografts.
CHICAGO -- Extended criteria for liver donor allografts, including the use of living donors, increase access to liver transplantation and significantly reduce wait-list mortality while providing satisfactory outcomes, according to researchers at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.