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allogenic

[¦a·lə¦jen·ik]
(ecology)
Caused by external factors, as in reference to the change in habitat of a natural community resulting from drought.
(geology)
(immunology)
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The main driver of this allogenic succession and the end of the coral-stromatoporoid reefs is attributed to the Cathaysian orogeny in the latest Ordovician.
The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy of tranexamic acid in reducing operative blood loss and the role of tranexamic acid in decreasing the need for allogenic blood transfusions in patients undergoing primary total knee and total hip replacements.
Strategies that may decrease allogenic blood transfusion include preoperative haemoglobin optimisation, decreasing intraoperative blood loss (including surgical technique, cell salvage and antifibrinolytics), use of autologous transfusion and the implementation of restrictive transfusion strategies (7).
Group 2 consisted of four adult patients who had undergone a regiment of chemotherapy, followed by an Auto-HPC infusion, allogenic haematopoietic progenitor cell, (Allo-HPC) infusion, or MUD-HPC infusion.
There is a great demand for group O blood, for example, for emergency services when the blood group is not known or when it is difficult to find out due to previous transfusions or allogenic stem cell transplantation, etc.
A few cases of successful treatment with allogenic bone marrow transplantation have been reported with long-term improvement of general condition and stable receipt of the graft as shown by molecular analysis of peripheral leukocytes (4,6-8).
The drug has several approved indications in the United States: following induction chemotherapy in patients with acute myelogenous leukemia; before and after transplantation of autologous peripheral blood progenitor cells; for myeloid reconstitution after autologous or allogenic bone marrow transplantation; and for bone marrow transplant failure or engraftment delay.
Allogenic stem cell transplants are preferred for many hematologic malignancies or inherited disorders.
We report a case of P boydii infection in a patient who received an allogenic stem cell transplant for recurrent multiple myeloma.
By August 1998, the patient was still in remission and an allogenic peripheral stem cell transplant was suggested.