reimplantation


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re·plan·ta·tion

(rē'plan-tā'shŭn),
Replacement of an organ or part in its original site and reestablishment of its circulation.
Synonym(s): reimplantation
[L. re-, again, + planto, pp. -atus, to plant, fr. planta, a sprout, slip]

reimplantation

/re·im·plan·ta·tion/ (-im-plan-ta´shun) replacement of tissue or a structure in the site from which it was previously lost or removed.
ureteral reimplantation  ureteroneocystostomy.

reimplantation

[rē′im·plan·tā′shən]
the planting back of tissue or a structure, such as a tooth, in the site from which it was previously lost or removed.

re·plan·ta·tion

(rē'plan-tā'shŭn)
Replacement of an organ or part in its original site and reestablishing its circulation.
Synonym(s): reimplantation.
[L. re-, again, + planto, pp. -atus, to plant, fr. planta, a sprout, slip]

reimplantation

The reattachment of an amputated body part or the restoration of a dislodged tooth to its socket.

reimplantation,

reimplantation

replacement of tissue or a structure in the site from which it was previously lost or removed.
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There is no conclusive evidence that ureteric reimplantation improves the long-term outcome of children with VUR compared with conservative treatment.
Due to many benefits of water jet it is possible to use kinetic energy of waterjet for destruction of bone cement --interface between femoral stem and trabecular bone in case of reimplantation of femoral stems (Fig.
14) Cardiopulmonary bypass and reimplantation versus translocation with distal tracheal resection are also areas of debate.
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The healthy tissue taken out, preserved, and made ready for reimplantation anticipates and carries with it not only the hopes and the desires of restored health after the ordeal of treatment, but also the possibility of experiencing the beauty of procreation as a gift expressing the couple's love.
In most patients who have had tooth reimplantation, Chlorhexidine mouth rinse may be prescribed to prevent and control gum inflammation (gingivitis), since the splinted teeth cannot be brushed normally and the splint usually collects extra dental plaque and food debris.
Treatment plan was based on total oncologic resection, reconstruction by extracorporeal irradiation and reimplantation associated with a vascularized fibular graft, and adjuvant chemotherapy with doxorubicin and ifosfamide.
Two weeks after the original trial the patient underwent reimplantation of the percutaneous leads in the same target zone as the original implant.
Fortunately, for Casey--and his parents--the reimplantation was a success, and he recovered fairly quickly.
Separate Grafts or En Bloc Anastomosis for Arch Vessels Reimplantation to the Aortic Arch.
15h (March 1998) and the patient's parent was advised by telephone to attempt reimplantation of the teeth (11 and 21), which was not possible and it was therefore advised to place these teeth in milk and attend LDI urgently.
Microvascular free flap surgery also allows the reimplantation of severed digits or limbs.