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(surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient

the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location

lift and reset in another soil or situation

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be transplantable

place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient

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transfer from one place or period to another

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The owner cal led 2 days after the third fecal transplant and said that there was a problem with his anal glands as he was acting odd.
A recent analysis of 20 case series, 15 case reports, and the RCT found 87 percent of CDAD patients were cured after fecal transplant.
That's the beauty of the fecal transplant, which restores healthy bacteria to the GI tract and helps the patient overcome C.
One of my colleagues in the Fecal Transplant Foundation, gastroenterologist Colleen Kelly, is spearheading a plan to institute an FMT patient registry, where people will be able to report beneficial and adverse effects for years and decades after receiving FMT--that kind of data gathering might reveal long-term sequelae that we hadn't anticipated.
I've heard time and again from patients who've gone through antibiotic treatments that their only regret is that they didn't have a fecal transplant sooner, before enduring the side effects and cost of the traditional antibiotic treatments.
Fecal bacteriotherapy, fecal transplant, and the microbiome.
The company has re-engineered fecal transplants and has brought the technology far enough down the path that it's not a pie-in-the-sky idea.
Fecal transplants in the UK are savings the lives of patients afflicted with pathogenic overgrowth of Clostridium difficile microbes, which cause severe watery diarrhea.
The findings may also explain why fecal transplants from healthy people generally haven't cured inflammatory bowel diseases; lingering viruses may destroy newly introduced bacteria before they can do a patient any good.
Some may be as simple as giving antibiotics by injection instead of orally, and others involve innovative genetic-based approaches to killing off bacteria, or even fecal transplants, which we wrote about in this column several months ago.
Fecal transplants can be an effective mega-probiotic.
Sorry about the bad pun above, but we're talking about, um, fecal transplants.
In a recent review of 317 patients infected with C diff, fecal transplants resulted in a 92 percent cure rate.
CHICAGO -- Missing in the recent news about the success of real and synthetic fecal transplants to treat patients with severe intestinal infections is the reminder that all is for naught if these same patients are returned to hospital rooms infected with the scourge of healthcare - Clostridium difficile (C.
These and other hints have led researchers to experiment with fecal transplants to flush out pro-obesity gut microbes and dump in lean-promoting ones.