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al·lo·trans·plant

 (ăl′ō-trăns′plănt′)
n.
1. A transplant of an organ or tissue between genetically different individuals of the same species.
2. The organ or tissue transplanted in such a procedure; an allograft.

al′lo·trans′plant′ v.
al′lo·trans′plan·ta′tion (-plăn-tā′shən) n.

al•lo•graft

(ˈæl əˌgræft, -ˌgrɑft)

n.
a tissue or organ obtained from one member of a species and grafted to a genetically dissimilar member of the same species. Also called homograft.
[1960–65]
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Most PTCL patients who had refractory or relapsed lymphoma usually lost the chance of allo-HSCT because of the failure of salvage therapies for relapse, early death after relapse, ineligible performance status for allotransplant, or physician/patient choices.
Fiedor, "Frequency of human papilloma virus occurrence among pathological changes of the oral cavity in kidney allotransplant recipients undergoing long-term pharmacological immunosuppressive therapy," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.
Murphy et al., "The management of antibody-mediated rejection in the first presensitized recipient of a full-face allotransplant," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
Our patients with CNS relapse were potential candidate for HDT/ACST but unfortunately, none of these patients could survive to reach that point except one who underwent autologous stem cell transplant on first relapse and allotransplant after second CNS relapse.
Effect of rhBMP-2 and VEGF in a vascularized bone allotransplant experimental model based on surgical neoangiogenesis.
Various tracheal substitutes and various techniques of reconstruction have been investigated, including an artificial trachea scaffold, autogenous tissue, and an allotransplant, but resection remains a clinically unsolved surgical and biological problem.
In 2012, a 35-year-old woman who was hospitalized in the Hematology Unit of Rome University Hospital "Agostino Gemelli" in Rome, Italy; she experienced acute gastroenteritis after a bone marrow allotransplant. Stool samples were collected and tested for classic bacterial, viral, and parasitic enteropathogens.
Furthermore, a pilot study on human islet allotransplant patients also showed promising results.
The levels are also altered by antileukemic chemotherapy [12, 13], but serum endocan levels in allotransplant recipients have not been investigated.
Christian Barnard performed the first human open heart allotransplant in Cape Town, South Africa, in 1967 (Milanesi et al., 2007), there have been multiple, varied advances in the specialty of pediatric cardiac surgery.
Results of an outpatient-based stem cell allotransplant program using nonmyeloablative conditioning regimens.