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au·to·graft

(aw'tō-graft),
Tissue or organ transferred into a new position in the body of the same person. Compare: allograft, xenograft.
[auto- + A.S. graef]

autotransplant

(ô′tō-trăns′plănt′)
n.

autograft

A tissue obtained from one site on the body, which is donated (engrafted) onto another—e.g., the use of the quadriceps tendon for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

au·to·graft

(aw'tō-graft)
A tissue or an organ transferred by grafting into a new position in the body of the same individual.
Synonym(s): autogeneic graft, autologous graft, autoplastic graft, autotransplant.
[auto- + A.S. graef]
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THE ESTHETIC OUTu REFERENCES WITH LINKS TO CROSSREF - DOICOME OF AUTOTRANSPLANTED PREMOLARS REPLACING MAXILLARY INCISORS.
After 24 hours of perfusion preservation, kidneys were removed from the pump and autotransplanted into the original donor animal as previously described [4].
Se seleccionaron 349 referencias de las cuales se escogieron 112, cuyo objetivo era evaluar autotransplantes dentales.
In this study, we autotransplanted either single claw tissue or different combinations of claw tissues of the distal or more proximal claw segments into the eye sockets to determine whether there was any differential regenerative capacity.
Magovern and his colleagues at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh have boosted two damaged hearts with autotransplants. One was performed in a five-hour operation in September 1985, on a 46-year-old woman with a ventricular aneurysm--a weakened section in the critical pumping portion of the heart.
Confirmation in a syngeneic rodent and canine autotransplant model," Journal of the Pancreas, vol.
Instead of receiving an autotransplant of her own ovarian tissue, she was the first recipient of an ovarian allograft, receiving tissue from her identical twin.
All of these studies have exhibited feasibility limitations, with ~30% of those randomized to autotransplant arms not completing assigned treatment.
Texas heart surgeons performed the first "autotransplant" to treat a rare form of heart cancer on a 20-year-old college student who was too sick to wait for a heart transplant.
Contract: total pancreatectomy with islet autotransplant for chronic pancreatitis (adults) - 4 (four) centres
Treatment of temporomandibular ankylosis with particular reference to the interposition of fullthickness skin autotransplant. J Maxillofac Surg 1977; 5: 03-14.
Carlson et al., "Islet autotransplant outcomes after total pancreatectomy: a contrast to islet allograft outcomes," Transplantation, vol.