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transplant

Surgery
a. the procedure involved in such a transfer
b. the organ or tissue transplanted
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In Poland, 216 lung transplantations were performed in 1996-2017.
The liver transplantation field has experienced significant improvements in the past 2 decades.
PESHAWAR -- The health department is establishing regional offices of regulatory authority to facilitate the transplantation at the regional level hospitals as Rehman Medical Institute is set to pioneer liver transplant in the province after getting services of a team of Pakistani surgeons from abroad.
Cell therapy success is directly associated with the development of an efficient cryopreservation technique, capable of supplying a sufficient amount of viable and metabolically functional cells to hepatocyte cell banks for emergency transplantations or programmed transplantations for a high number of patients with diseases liver [9,19, 27].
Immunosuppressive agents used in another penile transplantation, according to media statement,17 referred to face and hand transplantations, but no detailed information was reported.
Hansa Medical AB (STO:HMED) announced on Tuesday that preliminary results of the Sweden based ongoing Phase II study of IdeS show that IdeS has enabled kidney transplantation in all 10 out of 10 included sensitized patients.
The scientific programme covered all important aspects like Organ Donation as well as Deceased-donor Transplantation from a holistic point-of-view.
Sri Lankan doctors have said the goal is to provide quality transplantations like those carried out at the Freeman Hospital, which will act as a mentor to the programme.
Sri Lankan doctors have said the goal is to provide quality transplantations like those done at the Freeman Hospital, which will act as a mentor to the programme.
31 in JAMA Internal Medicine, the study used data from the United Network for Organ Sharing registry to pinpoint patterns of racial disparities in kidney transplantations. Previously, data found that black patients were less likely than white patients to be referred for transplant evaluation, registered for transplantation, progress through the waiting list and eventually receive a transplant.
Nose transplantations began in the fifteenth and eighteenth century.