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a person who gives to a charity or cause

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(medicine) someone who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person (the host)

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Thus human limbal epithelial cells isolated from human cadaveric donor eyes when co-cultured with 3T3 feeder layer with denuded AM maintains the limbal epithelial cell properties.
Although living persons donate kidneys, cadaveric donors are the main source of solid organs for transplantation.
But even those who were fortunate enough to receive a donated kidney - whether from an anonymous cadaveric donor or a live donor, usually a relative - the prognosis was not good.
The first ever large multicenter clinical trial comparing machine perfusion of cadaveric donor kidneys to the standard static cold preservation is about to begin in Europe.
A "domino" transplant is one in which a liver that needs removing in one patient is kept intact and transplanted into a second patient while the first patient receives a new liver from another source, in this case, a cadaveric donor.
CDC noted that 5 other people received tissue implants from the same cadaveric donor and were not infected.
Lennox Archibald, MD, medical director of Regeneration Technologies in Alachua, FL, said that the FDA currently has no approved test to detect the presence of HCV in cadaveric donor tissues.
UMC excised four solid organs (2 kidneys, 1 liver & 1 heart) from a cadaveric donor and furnished them to Donor Network of Arizona, the regional OPO.
The 11 remaining recommendations address a variety of topics including equitable access to transplantation and cadaveric donor issues.
An informal survey, conducted by the UPMC Health System indicated that some fiscal intermediaries for CMS were suggesting that centers bill the living liver donor evaluation and operation as if it were a donor acquisition charge; the way the procurement of cadaveric donor livers would be billed.
In 2014, five cadaveric donors made nine transplants possible, the minister said, and there were also 22 transplants from living donors.
Blacks desiring transplantation are, for poorly defined reasons, less likely than whites to have a suitable living donor and are relatively more dependent on the availability of cadaveric donors.
The most widely used orthopedic transplantation technique, allograft tissue, comes from two sources: living donors undergoing primary joint replacements or cadaveric donors.