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autogenous

[ȯ′täj·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Originating or derived from sources within the same individual.
(science and technology)
Self-generated; produced without external influence.
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7) Jakse et al studied the effect of PRP added to autogenous bone grafts for sinus lift procedures.
In 1937, Campbell reported a 94% healing rate in humeral nonunions treated with plating and autogenous bone grafting.
Although various methods like autogenous vaccination, use of immunomodulators, paraimmunity inducers and drugs like ivermectin and potassium antimony thiomalate are recommended in the treatment of bovine papillomatosis, but the successful treatment still remains challenging (Hatama, 2012).
A total of 11 patients of recurrent dislocation of jaw were managed by autogenous injec- tion of blood into glenoid fossa with temporary inter- maxillary fixation for 15 days.
The best application of DBM may be when it is combined with autogenous bone or marrow acting to expand the volume of the graft.
By replacing the existing crushing and grinding system with a new circuit for autogenous grinding, Boliden expects to increase the zinc yield and improve the work environment through noise and dust reduction.
Series 1530 Autogenous / anvil yes 48,000 1--4 hours
11-14 Brow suspension with autogenous fascia lata is considered as gold standard procedure for congenital ptosis as it has a long-lasting effect for upper eyelid elevation.
The material most utilized was xenografts, with 45%, followed by allografts and a combination of allografts/ xenografts, these being 25% and 27%, respectively; and 1 case combined allografts/xenografts and autogenous material (Table 4).
Although Amputations and vascular ligations were being done even before the World Wars, but trend has changed in Korean and Vietnam Wars due to early evacuation which enabled the surgeons to repair and apply autogenous graft for revascularization.
Recently, the use of allografts has been suggested for root surface coverage as an alternative to autogenous grafts.