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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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We covered the dead space and the exposed facial nerve with an inferior pedicled musculoperiosteal flap, cartilage, and a full-thickness skin graft (figure 2, B).
He has had three operations, numerous skin grafts and has been in and out of hospital since the accident.
Researchers hope the full thickness artificial skin, grown outside the body, would significantly reduce the pain and scarring associated with skin grafts.
The use of staples or sutures in skin graft fixation for burn patients can often lead to post-operative complications such as wound infection, and create anxiety over pain during removal.
One complication, a flesh-killing bacteria, has hampered skin grafts with infections.
Roach had a skin graft to his thumb as a result Picture: HAROLD HOLBORN
She spent seven days in hospital where she underwent a skin graft and still faces future cosmetic surgery to heal her wounds.
The 12-year-old had undergone a skin graft and was given the all-clear by medics at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary as his burns healed.
This results in an additional wound from harvesting the graft, potential failure of the skin graft and unsightly scars.
The resulting surgical defect was closed with a split-thickness skin graft superiorly and a cervicofacial rotational flap inferiorly.
THE parents of a North Wales boy injured by a taxi in his school playground will discover today if a skin graft has been successful.