orthotopic graft

or·tho·top·ic graft

transplantation of a tissue or organ into its normal anatomic position.
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Under conditions of exercise or stress, the heterotopically transplanted heart will, like the orthotopic graft, respond in an atypical gradual fashion to increase its intrinsic cardiac rate, thereby increasing cardiac output and compensating for the increased demand.
Application of reduced-size liver transplants as split grafts, auxiliary orthotopic grafts, and living related segmental transplants.