white graft


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An anaemic—i.e., ‘white’—transplant tissue (e.g., skin or renal graft) undergoing hyperacute rejection and anoxia; vascularisation doesn’t occur because despite successful host and graft vessel anastomosis, the arteries are occluded by preformed antibodies, causing infarction, mandating tissue or organ’s removal
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white graft

An anemic–ie, 'white', transplant tissue–eg, skin or renal graft undergoing hyperacute rejection and anoxia; vascularization doesn't occur as, despite successful host and graft vessel anastomosis, the arteries are occluded by preformed antibodies, causing infarction, mandating tissue removal. See Rejection.
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white graft

(wīt graft)
Rejection of a skin allograft so abrupt that vascularization never occurs.
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