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PTH monitoring during PTX can predict successful surgery in primary HPT (17), and may be helpful to confirm sufficient PTX in gland autotransplantation for rHPT.
Other management options discussed with our patient included nephrostomy tube changes, open ureteroureterostomy with renal mobilization, ileal ureter replacement, radical nephrectomy or autotransplantation.
The reasons that autotransplantation might fail are outlined in Fig.
Lipoel, a product for fat autotransplantation is in pilot studies in Israel.
35] Earlier experimental work has demonstrated the importance of the connective tissue stroma in the survival of tumor cells in human autotransplantation.
LipoelTM, the third product from the in-situ tissue culturing technology, is being developed for fat autotransplantation and is also in pilot studies in Israel.
Completely intracorporeal robotic renal autotransplantation.
Postoperative hypocalcemia in patients who did or did not undergo parathyroid autotransplantation during thyroidectomy: A comparative study.
Autotransplantation of premolars to replace maxillary incisors: a comparison with natural incisors.
These include gene therapies (via such in vivo methods as the gene gun and ex vivo methods involving autografting patients with cultured sheets of genetically modified keratinocytes), protein therapies using intradermal injection of deficient proteins, autotransplantation of marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells, and enhanced wound healing with thymosin-[beta]4 (1,3).
Cryopreserving testicular tissue before chemotherapy and autotransplantation of spermatogonial stem cells at a later stage could theoretically allow for restoration of fertility, he added.
The appendix offers a data table regarding autotransplantation of cryopreserved thawed human ovarian tissues.