reimplant

reimplant

(ˌriːɪmˈplɑːnt)
vb (tr)
to implant again
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Our initial plan was to reimplant the left coronary artery onto the aorta, but this was not possible.
Urologic procedures, such as circumcision or circumcision revision and ureteral reimplant procedure, accounted for 9 (22%).
So the available treatment options were discussed with the patient and it was decided to reimplant the tooth for intermediate treatment.
We then had to conduct a complicated surgery that took more than five hours to reimplant the ureter in the bladder, which a minimally invasive procedure conducted by endoscopy," he said.
However, we also demonstrated that immediate and definitive repair of the ureteral obstruction with herniorrhaphy and ureteral reimplant is a feasible option.
The last two unplanned interventions were to (1) remove excess granulation tissue that formed at the stoma and (2) reimplant the design C device in a patient who underwent primary implantation by a different surgeon, which failed to osseointegrate.
It is very important to reimplant the tooth as soon as possible.
The first complication leads to a new surgery to reimplant the damaged elements, as well as, to a risk of infection.
If it is impossible to reimplant the tooth immediately, instruct parents to store the tooth in milk or saline for transport to the dentist.
For example, researchers might find a way to impart the female trait to male stem cells, thereby improving the success of future therapies that would alter and then reimplant a man's own stem cells.
It's a death sentence for the embryo, for there is no way to reimplant it in the uterus.
Fibrin MB may also ultimately be used to reimplant the stem cells to the patient.