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allograft

 [al´o-graft]
a graft of tissue between individuals of the same species but of disparate genotype; types of donors are cadaveric, living related, and living unrelated (see under transplantation). Called also allogeneic graft and homograft.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

al·lo·graft

(al'ō-graft),
A graft transplanted between genetically nonidentical individuals of the same species. Compare: autograft, xenograft.
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homograft

(hō′mə-grăft′, hŏm′ə-)
n.
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allograft

A graft—organ, tissues or cells—donated from a genetically distinct individual of the same species (in humans, an individual who is allogeneic at one or more MHC loci).
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ho·mo·graft

(hō'mō-graft)
Type of skin graft from another person or a cadaver, used in the treatment of burns.
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homograft

A graft taken from a member of the same species as the recipient. Compare HETEROGRAFT.
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homograft

or allograft a transplant from one individual to another individual that is of the same species but has a different genotype, and is therefore subject to rejection by the recipient as it contains foreign antigens. see HISTOCOMPATABILITY.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

ho·mo·graft

(hō'mō-graft)
Type of skin graft from another person or a cadaver used in the treatment of burns.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Caption: FIGURE 4: Intraoperative view showing the infrarenal aortic replacement with a homograft (black arrow).
Long-term morphological changes in a cryopreserved pulmonary valve homograft. Can J Cardiol 2007; 23: 817-819, doi: 10.1007/ 978-3-0348-8855-4_20.
Antibiotic sterilisation is the usual method to make the homografts germ- free.
Preserved costal cartilage homograft application for the treat- ment of temporomandibular joint ankylosis.
Wehrs, "Homograft ossicles in tympanoplasty," The Laryngoscope, vol.
We have agreement with University Hospital Birmingham for sending our people for further training in specialized field's Aortic surgery, TOE, homograft's lab.
(16) These techniques include tracheal resection, pericardial tracheoplasty, cartilage tracheoplasty, slide tracheoplasty, tracheal homograft, and tracheal autograft.
(3) Because of the previous use of blood transfusions or repair with homograft tissue, the rate of preformed HLA antibodies is increased.
The patient underwent graft extraction and replacement with distal homograft implant.
The operation entails replacing a person's diseased aortic valve with their own pulmonary valve, and in turn replacing that pulmonary valve with a homograft (a valve taken from a donor).
Homograft replacement of the trachea using immunosuppression.
The Ross procedure is a technique in wich the pulmonary valve of the patient is placed in the aortic position (autograft) and a homograft is placed in the pulmonary position.