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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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The fate of large-diameter Dacron[R] vascular grafts in surgical practice: are we really satisfied?
Localized graft incompatibility in pear/quince (Pyrus communis/Cydonia oblonga) combinations: multivariate analysis of histological data from 5-month-old grafts.
Hemodialysis Reliable Outflow (HeRO[R]) and Super HeRO[R] Grafts
Always check your grafts the following day and reapply sealant, as needed.
All of our patients with healed grafts were satisfied with the functional and cosmetic outcome (figure).
2012) reported that in their experiment, jabuticabeira grafts started to sprout at approximately 50 days after grafting for combinations between jabuticabeira Paulista and Sabara, Paulista and Olho de Boi, Sabara and Hybrid, and Hybrid and Olho de Boi and at 71 days for the combination between Sabara and Hybrid.
Technically, these grafts correct retraction by protruding skin forward and giving strong support for this protruded skin to hold in place.
When hemodynamics were stable after completion of all the anastomoses, the graft blood flow and pulsatility index were measured by flow meter to confirm patency of the grafts (Veri-Q, Medistim, Oslo, Norway).
6) TTFM may accurately determine technical problems such as kinked, twisted, or stenotic grafts.
The traditional approach to nasal tip and dorsal augmentation grafting has been to use individual grafts with multiple sutures.
Wang and his colleagues made grafts as small as 1 mm in diameter and monitored the graft's transformation in vivo for three months.
Viral hepatitis was the cause of liver failure for six (38%) of the women who lost their grafts following pregnancy, and for 23 (16%) of the women who did not lose their grafts.
Lam's expertise, and explained that in a similar fashion to a transplanted hair graft, fat grafts change metabolically over time as the blood supply to the graft improves.
This is because solvents presumably bring about swelling of the bulk or surface layers of the base polymer causing an enhancement of monomer accessibility to active sites and eventually determining the penetration depth of the grafts into the substrate [8].