cadaver graft


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cadaver graft

Grafting tissue, including skin, cornea, or bone, obtained from a body immediately after death.
See also: graft
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Pretransplant sCD30 also had no impact on graft survival in the recipients of cadaver graft (Figure 4), which was 100% in patients with pretransplant sCD30 [greater than or equal to] 100 U/mL versus 83.8% in the group with pretransplant sCD30 < 100 U/mL (P >0.05), HR1.00 (0.97-1.03), P > 0.05.
As a result, by 1997, one-year graft survival rates had increased to 88 percent for cadaver grafts and 94 percent for recipients of living donor grafts.
European studies show that at one and two years, the survival rate for those receiving split livers is almost equal to those receiving full cadaver grafts.