graft survival rate

graft survival rate

Immunology The percentage of Pts with functioning grafts–eg, for 1, 2, or 5 yrs. See Graft rejection.
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290) while the graft survival rate was worse in the Group B than that in the Group A ( P = 0.
Full thickness skin grafts from the groin: donor site morbidity and graft survival rate from 50 cases.
There was no difference between the young and old recipient age groups for graft survival rate, after a mean follow up period of 120 months (p=0.
The current one-year graft survival rate for pediatric renal transplant recipients is about 95% for deceased and living donor transplants alike (USRDS, 2015).
And, PRAs over 50 have a much lower 10 year graft survival rate.
Graft survival rate, expressed as the percentage of sprouted grafts or buds, was evaluated 60 days after grafting for the three grafting methods.
During the mean follow-up of 19 months, the team has had a 100% graft survival rate and a 10% rate of anastomosis revision.
This criterion has been introduced in Newcastle, England, where 69 NHBD renal transplants have been performed since 1998 with a first-year graft survival rate of 91%.
Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital (RCWMCH) in Cape Town reviewed 89 transplants from 1995 to 2005 and found the 7-year graft survival rate to be 72%.
sup][7] The aim of this study was to provide an extensive study according to different recipient sites and fat graft survival rate (SR).
The objective of this study was to determine the ten-year graft survival rate of renal transplantation and its contributing factors among a group of Iranian patients aged 18 years or younger.