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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

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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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Post-coarctation graft complication includes pseudoaneurysm, true aneurysm, late graft rupture, fistulization, and graft stenosis.
Labeled plants were painted with plastic ink 5 cm above and below the graft region to guarantee that the exact point was measured for the "a," "b" and "c" plant growth variables during the three years of the evaluation; these variables were used to verify the possible signs of morphological incompatibility.
Allow 2 to 4 weeks for graft incorporation and healing post-implant (unless using an early cannulation graft with a HeRO adapter).
Line up cambiums of rootstock and scion--just one edge if stock and scion differ in diameter--and wrap the graft with binding material as you hold the stock and scion in place.
71%) had a good graft uptake, 14 (20%) had partial graft losses while 3 (4.
At 150 days after grafting, the final percentages of primary growth and graft survival were evaluated, and the numbers of primary growths and leaves were determined.
We used extended spreader graft and strut graft in all cases.
c) Mutual interest and cooperation is involved in graft, while there's no need for this in theft.
Because off-pump CABG is technically more demanding, and expertise in constructing a sequential anastomosis is perhaps among the major determinants of graft patency or clinical outcomes, the present study only includes patients operated by one surgical team to minimize the surgical variability.
At present, TTFM is the most widely used method for intraoperative assessment of graft patency during CABG.
In order to correct the deficiency in the dorsum and provide needed projection to the tip, a combined dorsal-shield graft was carved (figure 3).
With Pitt's biodegradable artery graft, the patient will have a regenerated artery within 90 days after surgery, leaving behind no trace of synthetic graft materials in the body.
Green grafting technique has many advantages such as easiness for application, relatively higher success rate and capability of overcoming the graft incompatibility sometimes experienced between distantly related Vitis species (Bouquet and Hevin, 1978; Sabir and Kara, 2004).
The data suggest poorer outcomes for both mothers and their newborns in female liver recipients with risk factors for graft loss within 5 years post pregnancy," Dr.
Many physicians see issues with facial fat grafting due to overfilling or underfilling or because they are not taking into consideration the unique nature of fat grafts compared to fillers and how they can change as changes in blood supply affect the grafts.