onlay graft

on·lay graft

a bone graft applied to the outside of the recipient bone(s).
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The pedicled LIMA was than incised to match the length of the LAD arteriotomy and anastomosed as an onlay graft using 2 continuous 7-0 polypropylene sutures in an over-and-over fashion.
At the time of scalp flap elevation, the pericranium was saved for utilization as onlay graft.
Means of correction were buccal mucosa onlay graft (n=8, 50%), end-to-end repair (n=6, 37.5%), urethroplasty (n=1,6.3%), and augmented excision and primary anastomosis with buccal graft (n=1, 6.3%).
Bone substitute implants of CHAP similar in configuration to autogenous graft strips have been most frequently used as cortical onlay graft material in the treatment of comminuted diaphyseal fractures, combined with internal fixation hardware.
The use of L-shaped nasal strut implant, consisting of a dorsal nasal onlay graft and columellar strut, is a well-established technique in aesthetic Oriental rhinoplasty for combined augmentation of the dorsum and tip of nose, respectively [11].
Lazzeri, "Anastomotic fibrous ring as cause of stricture recurrence after bulbar onlay graft urethroplasty," Journal of Urology, vol.
A second allograft dermis was placed as an onlay graft over the skull base defect and it, too, was secured with fibrin glue.
Breitbart et al (125) conducted experimental trials with TCP ceramic and osteogenin, an osteoinductive protein as an onlay graft substitute in a rabbit calvarial model.
The onlay graft also allows for an extremely rapid dural closure technique," explained Dr.
Later a number of studies have shown high success rate of dorsal onlay graft urethroplasty (Barbagli et al, 1998; Iselin and Webster, 1999; Guralnick and Webster, 2001; Andrich et al, 2001).
The posterior approach minimizes visible scars and postoperative contour deformities and allows the harvest of perichondrium and soft tissue at the same time to use as a thin onlay graft.