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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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11) showed that increasing the length of grafted polymer but keeping the surface coverage constant decreases the attraction.
For example, following radical mastoidectomy, a middle ear that is not grafted might continue to drain secondary to exposed middle ear mucosa (failure to achieve a dry ear); even so, the procedure might still accomplish the primary objective of achieving a safe ear.
Most grafted veins tend to clog up within 10 years, Phillips says, probably because they harbor the same fatty deposits that had clogged the original artery.
The early epithelialization and normalization of the grafted tympanic membrane is an additional advantage of this technique.
Company's toughening technologies involve ethylene terpolymers, ionomers, and grafted polyolefins.
Within a decade, however, in about half the patients the grafted vessels thicken so as to dangerously impede flow.
In a child, skin grafted at an early age often requires corrective surgery as the child grows.
The average area grafted was 7% (range 1 to 18%) Limbs were most commonly involved-28% legs, 26% arms and shoulders, 7% hands, 5% feet, 19% torso and 11% buttocks.