mucosal graft


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.

mu·co·sal graft

a graft of mucous membrane, usually the full thickness of the lining of the cheek or lower lip.
References in periodicals archive ?
A buccal mucosal graft provides good coverage in reconstruction; however, the loose structure of its connective tissue still necessitates the support of a combined cartilage graft.
Use of bladder mucosal graft for urethral reconstruction.
Fuetal., "Oralcomplicationsafter lingual mucosal graft harvesting for urethroplasty in 110 cases," BJU International, vol.
Best results were achieved when pre-laminating free flaps with these engineered mucosal grafts. Clinical transplantation of Ex Vivo produced Oral Mucosal equivalents resulted in: 1) earlier initiation of epithelization, 2) a shorter period until complete healing, and 3) negligible scar contracture (23).
Qu et al., "Is vaginal mucosal graft the excellent substitute material for urethral reconstruction in female-to-male transsexuals?" World Journal of Urology, vol.
We retrospectively evaluated the results of our experience in one-stage transperineal urethroplasty using dorsally placed buccal mucosal graft and its outcomes in the treatment of long urethral strictures.
Patient Postoperative Flap Diet Static lip complication survival suspension 1 No 100% Normal Good 2 No 100% Normal Good 3 Wound infection: 100% Normal Good incision and drainage 4 Venous insufficiency: 100% Normal Good Leeches therapy 5 No 100% Normal Good Patient Oral Speech Aesthetic competence acceptance 1 Adequate Normal Excellent 2 Adequate Minor difficulties Less then acceptable 3 Adequate Normal Good 4 Adequate Normal Acceptable 5 Adequate Normal Excellent Patient Remarks 1 Vermilion reconstruction with mucosal graft. 2 Combined with mandible reconstruction by radius bone in the flap.
(7) Jablon and Hoffman reported a case of nasal vestibular stenosis caused by obstetric forceps they treated by mucosal graft from the hard palate.
Oral tissues (n=6) were collected from (n=6) patients who underwent oral mucosal graft for bilateral LSCD at Sankara Nethralaya eye hospital, Chennai during 2006-07.
Biopsies of transplanted nasal mucosal performed in 17 patients "showed vital intraepithelial mucin-producing goblet cells in the nasal mucosal graft," the authors wrote.