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Synonyms for graft

Synonyms for graft

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

Synonyms for graft

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

the practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage

the act of grafting something onto something else


cause to grow together parts from different plants

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

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5 mm) cartilage shield graft has been compared with a temporalis fascia graft in patients with inactive mucosal chronic otitis media (table 1).
Autologous cartilage grafts have been used with increasing frequency for tympanic membrane repair because of their potential for better outcomes compared with temporalis fascia grafts.
A properly dried temporalis fascia graft of appropriate size is introduced through the ear canal.
Use of the postauricular fascia graft can produce predictable results in rhinoplasty patients requiring soft-tissue augmentation.
At this point, the tympanoplasty was completed with a temporalis fascia graft.
The temporalis fascia graft was placed by underlay technique and it was stabilised with gel foam in the middle ear and external auditory canal.
2) In the variation of type III tympanoplasty discussed here, the underlay fascia graft is placed directly onto the stapes capitulum.
The Air-bone gap closure is greatest for temporalis fascia graft than dura or autograft incus.
The tumor involved the middle fossa and posterior fossa dura, requiring dural resection and grafting with a rectus abdominus fascia graft.
Temporalis fascia graft was used in all the cases for myringoplasty and in all the cases underlay technique was followed.
Middle ear packing is often used to support the fascia graft, and it sometimes contributes to hearing loss during the immediate postoperative period.
7) However, during the last decade, there has been a renewal of interest in the use of cartilage as an alternative to more traditionally used temporalis fascia graft.