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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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To which problems are companies findings answers while designing new products in the soft tissue allografts market?
We present a case of a large pT3a clear-cell RCC found incidentally in a renal allograft.
This multi-centre randomised, controlled US study will evaluate the efficacy of Revita full thickness placental allograft in improving wound closure rates and mean closure time in diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) in 40 patients as compared to current standards of wound care treatment.The trial focuses on patients who suffer from Type 1 or 2 Diabetes with diabetic foot ulcer(s) greater than 1cm2 and less than 25 cm2.
The allografts of 2 mm diameter from the donor corneas were placed in the recipient bed with the same size and then secured with eight interrupted 11-0 nylon sutures.
These results suggested that BAFF may be involved in the development of graft loss and influences the long-term outcome of kidney allografts. Further studies have shown BAFF to be highly expressed in acute ABMR tissues and chronic rejection tissues with high C4d deposition.
AlloSure is the first and only noninvasive test that uses donor-derived cell-free DNA (dd-cfDNA) as a biomarker to directly measure allograft injury, enabling determination of the probability of active rejection.
A review by Capanna and coworkers (17) evaluated 14 patients treated with proximal tibia extensor apparatus allografts combined with megaprosthesis and noted overall promising results.
Given the potential short- and long-term complications and need for immediate treatment, the diagnosis of AMR is important in patients with lung allografts. However, no morphologic, immunologic, clinical, or radiologic findings specific to lung AMR have been established, making the diagnosis of AMR challenging and likely resulting in its underdiagnosis.
Treatment with S1P type 1 receptor agonist has been shown to inhibit migration of lymphocytes and promote the survival of corneal allografts [28, 29].
They concluded that block fresh frozen allografts could be used successfully in the treatment of maxillary ridge defects.
[1-6] The recent establishment of the first allograft skin bank in SA is potentially a tremendous stride towards moving in line with basic international burn care standards.