perigraft

perigraft

 [per´ĭ-graft]
situated or occurring around a graft.
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These were blood transfusion (19%), diarrhea from immunosuppressant medication (16%), urinary tract infection (UTI) (6%), de novo hypertension (4%), ileus (4%), symptomatic perigraft fluid collections (lymphocele, hematoma) (4%).
Like Wolff et al (2014), these authors limit their reporting of post operative complications to those directly related to the graft: graft dysfunction, ureteral complications, infection of graft, perigraft fluid collections, and vascular thrombosis.
Nonetheless, perigraft infection, air densities within the perigraft soft tissue and the main body of the tubular graft, and the thrombosed limb graft were observed.
The horizontal segment of the duodenum was adhered to the perigraft infectious tissue (figure 3).
Clinical studies have shown that in case of split thickness skin grafting, supplemental NBUVB not only causes a rapid repigmentation, but also minimizes the chances of perigraft depigmentation.
It was well perfused graft with no evidence of hydronephrosis and perigraft collection on every admission.
However, large shunts may lead to renal ischemia, and rupture of large arteriovenous fistulas and pseudoaneurysms can cause hematuria or perigraft hemorrhage.
Then recipient area is prepared first with two percent lignocaine with or without adrenaline is infiltrated as a local anesthetic and minimize the chance of developing any perigraft halo, the initial recipient chambers are made on or very close to the border of the lesion.
Most of these lesions are small and clinically insignificant; however, large shunts may lead to renal ischemia, and rupture of large arteriovenous fistulas and pseudoaneurysms can cause hematuria or perigraft hemorrhage.