Graft

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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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The earliest and simplest technique of applying a split-skin graft over a tubular stent was associated with poor graft survival and a risk of mortality from stent erosion into vital structures in the mediastinum.
The gold standard for managing burn injuries remains excision and autografting using split-skin grafts. [17,11] This skin is either meshed (to obtain greater surface area) or unmeshed (obligatory for hands and faces), depending on the recipient site, but requires available donor sites.
It was not until the second half of the 19th century that, first, 'pinch grafts', small full-thickness pieces of skin, were introduced (Jaques Reverdin of Geneva, 1869), and then split-skin grafts (Carl Thiersch of Leipzig, 1874) and that plastic surgery as we know it today was born.