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Synonyms for transplantation

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

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Allotransplantation of the pancreas and duodenum along with the kidney in diabetic nephropathy.
Composite Tissue Allotransplantation and Reconstructive Surgery 237 ANNALS OF SURGERY 19, 23-24 (2003) (finding risk of metabolic disorders, malignancies, infections is the major limiting factor in tissue allotransplantation).
Transplantation of bone marrow is the most complicated type of allotransplantations, because immune conflict develops in two direction: from host to transplanted bone marrow and from transplanted bone marrow to host ("graft-versus-host reaction").
3) He is credited with coining the term composite tissue allotransplantation and performing the first non-vascularized CTA of a finger flexor tendon apparatus in 1957, 3 years after the first solid organ transplant.
It contains 11 chapters by surgeons from the US and UK who discuss living donation, new surgical techniques, living-donor liver transplantation, antibody-incompatible transplantation, pancreas transplantation, allotransplantation of pancreatic islets, new cell therapies, intestinal transplantation, pediatric renal transplantation, and immunosuppressive pharmacotherapy.
Gerald Brandacher, MD, Scientific Director of the Composite Tissue Allotransplantation Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and one of the leaders of the surgical team that performed the 12-hour operation.
Thus, sanogen mechanisms of allotransplantation of HFH include disintoxication and accelerating process of cellular proliferation in acute toxic damage of organ.
Xenotransplantation using porcine cells, tissues and organs has focused on biomedical aspects, with the aim of decreasing wait times for patients who require an allotransplantation.
Extracorporeal microsurgical repair of injured multiple donor kidney arteries prior to cadaveric allotransplantation.
in] protection against vascular arterial thrombosis in murine aortic allotransplantation.
Possible mechanism of success of an allotransplantation in nature: mammalian pregnancy.
One-stage allotransplantation of thoracic segment of the trachea in a patient with idiopathic fibrosing mediastinitis and marked tracheal stenosis.
As a result of the meeting, which was announced today, MicroIslet has clarified details of the development path for its allotransplantation (same-species) candidate therapeutic approach, which involves microencapsulation of insulin-producing human islet tissues to protect them from immune system rejection, and implanting them, using a minimally invasive procedure, in diabetic patients.