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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]

replantation

/re·plan·ta·tion/ (re″plan-ta´shun) reimplantation.

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]

re·plan·ta·tion

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

replantation,

n (reimplantation), replacement of a tooth (or teeth) that has been removed from the alveolus either intentionally or unintentionally, as in an accident.

replantation

restoration of an organ or other body structure to its original site.
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Complications are common following replantation, and are well-described in a series of 18 penile amputations and replantations from an epidemic in Thailand in the 1970s, though most replantations were performed with non-microsurgical techniques.
Successful replantation of a completely cut-off thumb.
In summary the major factors influencing the outcome (treatment failure) at this stage of 'first visit' after dental avulsion and replantation would appear to be: younger age; dry storage medium; and immature roots.
Although factors such as bed rest, microgravity, immobility and a lack of muscle activity have been proven to significantly reduce the BMD, the effect of replantation on this parameter has not been very well studied.
This is because a host of problems like the steady decline in tea prices in 2001-5, low yields and high investment required in replantation have impeded the growth of the tea industry.
1) When avulsion of a permanent tooth occurs, immediate replantation should occur.
Hand replantation is an emergency intervention, and the patient is immediately taken to the operating room.
The functional results of hand transplantation have been reported as being equivalent to replantation at similar levels.
If replacement is impossible, store the teeth in cold, fresh milk and take the patient to the dentist for immediate replantation.
He has performed scalp replantation procedures in which leeches were used to provide additional venous outflow, with dramatic results.
Amadio; "Special Operative Consideration in Musicians," by Ian Winspur; "Distal Replantation, Nail Bed, and Nail Problems in Musicians," by Christian Dumontier; "Secondary Microsurgical Reconstruction of Nail Problems in Musicians," by Philippe Valenti; "Management of Nerve Compression Syndrome in Musicians," by Peter C.