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Synonyms for allograft

tissue or organ transplanted from a donor of the same species but different genetic makeup


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com is a website we created based on surgeon feedback to provide patients a convenient and easy-to-understand portal for self-education on allograft tissue," said Brian K.
A Prospective, Randomized, Blinded, Comparative Study of Injectable Micronized Dehydrated Amnion/Chorion Membrane Allograft in the Treatment of Recalcitrant Plantar Fasciitis", authored by Charles Zelen, DPM; Attila Poka, MD; James Andrews, MD.
Although autografts are preferred because of the significantly reduced chance of rejection, the use of allograft tissue in ACL procedures reduces the length of the surgery, the amount of trauma in the surgery, and reduces the pain post operatively.
The fundamental concept of osteochondral allograft use is the transplantation of hyaline cartilage of the same thickness as the surrounding native tissue with viable chondrocytes capable of maintaining their metabolic activity after transplantation.
LifeNet Health is responsible for allograft procurement, processing and distribution.
The left renal allograft was implanted retroperitoneally in the right iliac fossa, and the right renal allograft was implanted in the left iliac fossa.
Of 49 patients who had liver transplantation for chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection between 1991 and 2004 and who received antiviral therapy with interferon and ribavirin for recurrent HCV, 12 had a sustained virologic response, 18 had a measurable improvement in liver test results, and 7 developed acute and/or ductopenic allograft rejection during therapy.
Allograft (human donor tissue), by nature, is biocompatible and can be remodeled by patients' own bone over time.
We are pleased to offer surgeons the option of using our Eagle Series Cervical Allograft Bio-Implants packaged in a hydrated state.
1,2) Clinical studies evaluating the outcomes of osteochondral allograft implantation in the management of osteochondral defects within the knee have reported greater than 60% to 80% survival with good to excellent results at 10 years followup.
feedback concerning whether regulation under the OPTN final rule would be effective in addressing special safety and allocation issues presented by vascularized composite allograft transplants as the field grows.
The risk ratio for allograft failure and mortality was 3.
The allograft dermis is collagenous connective tissue with three-dimensional intertwined fibers that retain the multidirectional and mechanical properties of native dermis.
Among the risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements include that the Primer does not adequately address all aspects of amniotic tissue allograft technology for clinicians, that amniotic tissue allografts do not gain acceptance in the medical community or do not otherwise become the standard of care, and the risk factors detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including, without limitation, its 10-K filing for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014 and its most recent Form 10Q filing.
This study was performed to determine if a meniscal allograft with attached bone plug and suture offers superior fixation when compared to allograft affixed with suture alone through a bony tunnel.