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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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A Comparative study of use of temporalis fascia graft vs tragal perichondrium graft in tympanoplasty.
However, we conducted meatoplasty by reconstructing EAC with a skin graft and temporalis muscle fascia graft to monitor the recurrence of verruca vulgaris.
(9) Compared with fascia graft, similar functional results (hearing improvement) but better morphologic results (intact eardrum) have been reported with the use of cartilage tympanoplasty.
Kumar, "Tympanoplasty: does dry or wet temporalis fascia graft matter?" The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, vol.
The excess bone was drilled out and a temporalis fascia graft was used to close a small iatrogenic perforation of the posterior tympanic membrane.
Group A underwent tympanoplasty with cartilage graft and Group B underwent tympanoplasty with temporalis fascia graft.
Some cases with a larger defect need to be repaired with a free split or full-thickness skin graft or a temporalis fascia graft with Silastic strip.
Results with cartilage grafts were also significantly poorer than those with the fascia graft (71.4% vs.
The cases were operated upon by same surgeon under general anaesthesia using temporalis fascia graft. Post operatively, all patients were given I/V antibiotics for at least 04 days.
Postaural approach was adopted and temporalis fascia graft was taken.
The dural and tegmen defects were reconstructed using a temporal muscle fascia graft and autogenous fibrin glue (Figure 3).