autotransplant


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autotransplant

[¦ȯd·ō′tranz‚plant]
(biology)
Tissue removed from an organism and grafted on another site of the same organism. Also known as autograft.
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A LONG- TERM STUDY OF 370 AUTOTRANSPLANTED PREMOLARS.
Furthermore, since our model is an autotransplant, we miss any long-term nephropathy because the allogeneic immunological background is lost, which is probably essential for the development of CAN [12].
Las principales ventajas descritas de los autotransplantes dentales incluyen el uso de tejidos bioactivos que favorecen la cicatrizacion y la regeneracion del hueso alveolar (2) sin problemas de transmision de enfermedades, el bajo costo, el uso de materiales comunes en los procedimientos quirurgicos orales basicos y la posibilidad de adaptacion funcional y estetica, mediante tallado o restauracion a cualquier forma requerida.
To further study whether claw tissues - singly or in combination - can regenerate complete claws in a heterotopic site that lacks a regenerating limb field, we autotransplanted claw tissues into the carapace at sites from which the eyestalks had been removed (these sites are hereafter called eye sockets).
Animals have received everything from muscle patches on the heart to independent pouches hooked into the circulation, and three people so far have received muscle "autotransplants.'
Contract notice: total pancreatectomy with islet autotransplant for chronic pancreatitis (adults) 4 (four) centres
(c) Serum calcium comparison between autotransplant and nontransplant groups at 1st day, 1st month, and 1 year after total thyroidectomy.
The autotransplant is a good option when preservation is taken into account with teeth and their inborn periodontal structure, requiring no artificial material; however, this procedure may result in surgical trauma, root resorption, ankylosis, and infection, with variable success rates [11].
Biochemical pregnancy after fertilization of an oocyte aspirated from a heterotopic autotransplant of cryopreserved ovarian tissue: case report.
History of Nephrology 1827-1968 Richard Bright established the relationship between the 1827 symptoms and pathology of renal failure Thomas Graham first described osmotic force 1854 Thomas Graham first described the process of dialysis 1861 using a hoop form dialyzer Wegner conducted experiments using peritoneal lavage 1877 in animals Ullmann performed an autotransplant of a canine kidney 1894 Starling and Tubby first described the peritoneum's 1894 fluid removal characteristics.
In a canine model, autotransplant into splenic sites resulted in a similar reversal of diabetes as that seen with hepatic sites [76].
In addition, one article has reported a tooth autotransplant case where CBCT demonstrated high accuracy, and the information provided allowed the rapid completion of the transplant operation45.