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homograft:

see transplantation, medicaltransplantation, medical,
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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Options for revascularization of infrarenal aorta include in situ reconstruction with use of prosthetic graft or homograft, as well as extra-anatomic bypass and endovascular stent graft [12,21-23].
Histologic study of homograft cartilages implanted in the middle ear.
Tympanoplasty-Nasal cartilage homografts. Arch Otolaryngol 1981;107:608-609.
Homograft, also known as allograft, is valve that is transplanted from another human cadaver.
Augmentation rhinoplasty with combined use of Medpor graft and irradiated homograft rib cartilage in saddle nose deformity.
Demir et al21 used preserved costal cartilage homograft for the treatment of TMJ ankylosis with good functional results and without donor site morbidity and no recurrence over a 4 years follow up.
[21] The rationale for using placental grafts in OSMF is that they have both a hormonal and a mechanical effect; the biogenic stimulant effect is because the placenta is a homograft that is immunologically competent and rich in steroids, proteins, chorionic gonadotrophins, estrogens and progesterone.
We supplied all the needed Homograft for her treatment.She was successfully treated by my friend and colleague, Prof.
Studies on allograft ossiculoplasty dating back to the 1970s demonstrate that allograft ossicles (notched incus homograft) achieve excellent integration and restoration of hearing [3].
There has been also an experimentation of homologous saphenous vein grafts (homograft), but there were no encouraging results in terms of physical and mechanical characteristics.
Different types of conduit were used in order to establish right ventricle to pulmonary artery continuity, including; Freestyle conduit, in three patients; Gore-tex conduit were used in two patients; a Contegra conduit was used in one patient; a Hemashield, Xenograft and pulmonary homograft were used in the others.