Graft

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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Numerous complications have been reported with full-thickness grafts such as arterial injury (superior gluteal, fourth lumbar, ilio-lumbar and deep iliac circumflex arteries), nerve injury (lateral femoral, ilio-inguinal), ureteral injury, herniation, ileus, hematoma, pelvic instability, and fracture.
In short, IntraLase([R]) enabled IEK combines the clarity of a full-thickness graft with the advantages of a stepped incision and the stronger healing effects that have long been noted with IntraLase([R])-created side-cut incisions for LASIK.
All skin grafts were full-thickness grafts harvested from postauricular skin.