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au·tog·e·nous

(aw-toj'ĕ-nŭs),
1. Synonym(s): autogenetic, autologous
2. Originating within the body, applied to vaccines prepared from bacteria or other materials (for example, cells) obtained from the affected person. Compare: endogenous.
[G. autogenēs, self-produced]

autogenous

/au·tog·e·nous/ (aw-toj´ĕ-nus) autologous.

autogenous

(ô-tŏj′ə-nəs) also

autogenic

(ô′tə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Produced from within; self-generating.
2. Medicine Originating with the individual to whom applied: an autogenous graft; an autogenous vaccine.

au·tog′e·nous·ly adv.

autogenous

[ôtoj′ənəs]
1 self-generating.
2 originating from within the organism, as a toxin or vaccine.

autogenous

adjective Of self origin; self-produced

au·tog·e·nous

(aw-toj'ĕ-nŭs)
Originating within the body, applied to vaccines prepared from bacteria or other materials (e.g., cells) obtained from the affected person.
[G. autogenēs, self-produced]

autogenous

Originating within the self, as in a vaccine prepared from a person's own bacteria. Compare EXOGENOUS.

au·tog·e·nous

(aw-toj'ĕ-nŭs)
1. Synonym(s): autologous.
2. Originating within the body, applied to vaccines prepared from bacteria or other materials obtained from the affected person.
[G. autogenēs, self-produced]

autogenous (ôtoj´ənəs),

adj self-originated; springing from within.

autogenous

self-generated, originating within the patient's own body.

autogenous tissue graft
a graft comprising tissue from the patient's own body.
autogenous vaccine
see autogenous vaccine.
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Mandibular reconstruction: A clinical and radiographic animal study on the use of autogenous scaffolds and platelet-rich plasma.
The benefit of avoiding potential complications associated with the harvest of autogenous iliac crest bone graft, however, cannot be overstated.
They opined that papillomatosis is noticed commonly in immune deficient animals and supplementation of immunomodulators will further found that the use of paraimmunity inducer along with autogenous vaccination enhanced the faster recovery.
A total of 11 patients of recurrent dislocation of jaw were managed by autogenous injection of blood into glenoid fossa with temporary intermaxillary fixation for 15days.
17) Autogenous bone graft is still the gold standard, and the decision to use a substitute is usually based on the fear over the lack of donor site graft or an attempt to void donor site morbidity.
Series 4060 Autogenous / anvil yes 57,600 1--4 hours
The therapeutic use of allogeneic cells, as performed in this study, showed advantages over the use of autogenous cells; when working with allogeneic cells it is possible to create cryopreserved cell banks, which enables a readily available reserve for clinical use in emergency cases (KRAUS & KIRKER-HEAD, 2006).
The gold standard surgical procedure for severe ptosis with poor levator function is brow suspension with autogenous facia lata.
A review conducted by Del Fabbro reported that 100% autogenous grafts yielded lower survival rates (88.
Rents in major vessels were primarily closed and defects were repaired with autogenous reverse venous grafts.
Autogenous graft tissue procurement significant increases patient morbidity while also lengthening the duration of surgery in placing the graft, while self adhere nature of amniotic membrane significantly reduces surgical time and made the procedure easier to perform, making it membrane of choice.
In addition to other products, MVP manufactures the MJPRRS autogenous swine vaccine, which Phibro exclusively distributes pursuant to its agreement with MJ Biologics, Inc.