regraft

regraft

(riːˈɡrɑːft)
vb (tr)
to graft again
References in classic literature ?
Yet it must be admitted that this family formed a very good stock whereon to regraft a name which sadly wanted such renovation.
The procedure costs between [pounds sterling]3,000 and [pounds sterling]7,000 for the removal and storage of ovarian tissue followed by about [pounds sterling]4,000 for a regraft.
The most frequent endothelial keratoplasty complication is early graft detachment either performed as a primary procedure or regraft [76].
Sensitization is almost ubiquitous as it is evident in the detection of anti-HLA antibodies in the sera of recipients--in one study, almost all patients waiting for regraft of a kidney transplant have anti-HLA antibodies [2].
If grafted vines are killed back, growers have to regraft on a rootstock sucker following trunk removal.
Joseph, who is recovering at his home at Moovattupuzha in the Ernakulam district after undergoing a complicated micro- vascular surgery to regraft his chopped off hand at a private hospital in Kochi, said the college's decision was disappointing and painful.
Yet it must be admitted that this family formed a very good stock whereon to regraft a name which sadly wanted such renovation.
In effect, the Smith Court attempted to regraft the Reynolds rule onto a First Amendment doctrine that had been extensively developed in the previous century.
Surgeons remove the kidney that had been transplanted into Derek and regraft it into Clara.