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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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Hence, in the present case report, replantation was carried out after 12 h of delay, as the avulsed teeth were transported in pasteurized milk.
While in cases of delayed replantation of closed apex teeth, Current IADT guidelines advocate that pulp extirpation and disinfection should be carried out either before reimplantation or 7-10 days following avulsion.
MTA is a material of choice for root-end filling during apical surgery and intentional replantations due to its properties.
Although penile reconstruction, penile replantation, and penile lengthening are other available options for penile defects, the following limitations should be considered:
Knowledge of teachers and students in physical education's faculties regarding first-aid measures for tooth avulsion and replantation.
Replantation of an amputated ear, with microsurgical techniques offers the best reconstructive results; however, technical complexity and numerous limitations do not allow for wide practice.
Periapical tissue reactions to calcium hydroxide and MTA after external root resorption as a sequela of delayed tooth replantation.
But the developers said they are planning on retaining as many trees as they can and will make adequate replacements through replantation.
Importance of sympathectomy induced by continuous brachial plexus block for digital replantation in a patient with liver cirrhosis: Case report
THE Delhi government has decided to" substantially" increase the security deposit for cutting a tree, a move that will deter mindless felling and fund better replantation to arrest fast- shrinking green spaces in the Capital.
It was initially used in treatment of congenital anomalies or trauma, which later lead to replantation surgery and microsurgical free flap skin transfer.