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re·plan·ta·tion

(rē'plan-tā'shŭn),
Replacement of an organ or part in its original site and reestablishment of its circulation.
Synonym(s): reimplantation
[L. re-, again, + planto, pp. -atus, to plant, fr. planta, a sprout, slip]

re·plan·ta·tion

(rē'plan-tā'shŭn)
Replacement of an organ or part in its original site and reestablishing its circulation.
Synonym(s): reimplantation.
[L. re-, again, + planto, pp. -atus, to plant, fr. planta, a sprout, slip]

re·plan·ta·tion

(rē'plan-tā'shŭn)
Replacement of an organ or part in its original site.
[L. re-, again, + planto, pp. -atus, to plant, fr. planta, a sprout, slip]
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Patients considered unsuitable for replantation for reasons including crush or avulsion type of injury, absence of the amputate, and vascular repair not amenable for repair, were included in the study.
Immediate replantation is the most important factor that ensures a favorable outcome.4,7,11-14
Dua, "Reconstruction and intentional replantation of a maxillary central incisor with a complete vertical root fracture: a rare case report with three years follow up," Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, vol.
It was reported by Cobankara and Ungor (19), in 2007, a case of late replantation (1 week) of two incisors after a cycling accident.
The relationship between cold intolerance and cutaneous blood flow in digital replantation patients.
Apart from the special efforts for protection, preservation and replantation of trees as given above, the upcoming complexes are being developed according to Green Building Concepts, zero waste discharge and environmental sustainability by the following measures: Ground coverage restricted to 15-20% against the existing ground coverage of 50%.
Principles of Damage Control Surgery, Wound Care Guidelines, Approach to seriously injured patients, Primary and Secondary survey, importance of establishment and maintenance of Airway Patency, signs of airway obstruction, Blood Transfusion, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, Trauma to different body organs like Head, Spinal, Maxillofacial Ares, Ocular Trauma, Neck, Chest, abdomen, Trauma during pregnancy, Burn injuries, Management of Psychiatric trauma, Extremity and Pelvic trauma, Crush Syndrome, Traumatic Amputation and Replantation, Pain Relief in Trauma Care and Ketamine have been discussed in separate chapters.
Keywords: Dentists, Tooth avulsion, Tooth replantation, Knowledge, Attitude, Pakistan.
In single- or multiple finger degloving injuries, treatment by microsurgical replantation usually yields good functional and cosmetic results.
On admission, the patient was treated for shock (RR = 69/55 HR 99 and two hours later at RR 71/68, HR 110), followed by X-ray examination and immediate replantation (operation time of approx.
Despite some emerging treatments are available for VRF, like fragment reattachment and tooth replantation, they still need long-term validation [28]; in order to prevent further bone loss and achieve rapid resolution of symptoms, the extraction treatment was proposed and accepted by the patient.