Graft


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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Considering this physiological principle connective tissue grafts, which are grafts of mesodermal origin like fascia, vein and perichondrium are superior to all other graft materials.
In order to obtain chitosan graft copolymers, chitosan methacrylate was synthesized.
In contrast, the PSA fibers with higher graft yield, the surface of fibers were much rougher, indicating that a heterogeneous grafting layer has been grafted on the surface of fibers.
The seven Swiss foundations - one for each graft count - were identified as Maler, Rayby, Palmy, Azio-Verso-Vibur, Aguamina, Avertina- Xandy-Wintrop-Charis-Scholari-Valamao-Spinus and Banque Paribas-Gladiator-Mabari-Volubries-Cesar-Gardenia.
The court, however, acquitted her in three counts of graft in connection to the use of her Cabinet position to maintain Swiss bank accounts during the regime of her late husband.
If arterial graft spasm was suspected in the RGEA, an intravenous milrinone solution was infused.
MSCT with retrospective ECG gating has partly overcome the limitations of EBCT and MRI and show high accuracy in the detection of graft diseases10,11.
In addition to an internal mammary artery graft, each patient received one external stent (VEST, Vascular Graft Solutions, Israel) to a single SVG randomized to either the right or left coronary territories while one or more non-stented SVG served as control.
Repeat CTA demonstrated patent graft with chronic dissection.
When you graft the toes of socks, you join the first half of the round to the second half of the same round, which means that you are joining the tops of stitches on the front needle to the tops of stitches on the back needle.
Graft compatibility was evaluated based on plant growth variables and by analyzing the vascular connection at the graft union region at eight years after grafting on to seedlings.