perigraft

perigraft

 [per´ĭ-graft]
situated or occurring around a graft.
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--Receptor: Age, sex, blood type, comorbidities, body mass index, smoking status, previous transplantation, HLA mismatch, pre-transplant anti-T panel reactive antibodies (PRA %), donor-specific HLA antibodies, pre-transplant diuresis, induction and maintenance scheme, BK virus infection, CMV infection, 5-day follow-up ultrasonography data (hydronephrosis, perigraft fluid collection, distal intrarenal resistive index), perioperative complications (lymphocele, hematoma, urinoma, urinary fistula, arterial anastomosis stenosis), positive urine culture, acute rejection.
Abdominal computed tomography showed no contrast extravasation in the duodenum in spite of the penetrating vascular graft, but showed increased perigraft soft tissue densities that were consistent with infection.
As a result of perigraft infection and/or the continuous pressure on the bowel from aortic pulsations, fistulas are formed (2, 4).
Baum et al., "Perigraft air, fever, and leukocytosis after endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms," The American Journal of Surgery, vol.
There was subcutaneous and perigraft haematoma and no active bleeding.
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.
(11,12) Thus one can achieve a rapid repigmentation when it is used as a supplementary therapy along with grafting procedure.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.
In Figures 1-3, CT scans show extravasation of contrast material from the aorta into the third part and second part of the duodenum, perigraft gas collections, and increased soft tissue and fluid between the stent-graft and aortic wall and in the periaortic location.
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.
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%).