graftable

Translations

graftable

a. injertable.
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The reasons of the non-usage of IMA in 8% of the patients were either the dissection during harvesting or poor flow at the start, and five patients among them either had a very large heart to reach the pedicle to the graft or had the association with a diffuse distal graftable site.
It transfers the secondary defect to an easily graftable area over the proximal muscle bellies, but frequently enables the surgeon to close the defect primarily (Fig.
Early intervention may enable initial assessment of the lesion and repair of potentially graftable nerve roots.
Several university agricultural researchers have over the years developed graftable strains of the tree, most notable being those at Purdue University in Indiana.
It is widely used in California because it roots and grafts well, and 1103P produces more graftable canes.
The neo-cons, who are mostly materialists with no respect for traditional cultural values and certainly not for religion, used the term "freedom" more or less in the Lockean sense, assuming that such "freedom" was graftable upon any human stock including the entire Muslim world, where of course politics and religion are not easily separable.
Although opera and traditional music might seam the most obvious graftable structures, jazz plays a significant role in how, for all of his tight poetics, Coady is able to allow his longer pieces to free flow like jazz compositions.
Higher peroxide concentration decomposes larger amount of primary radicals generating macroradicals by chain transfer to backbone polymer, which provide more graftable sites along backbone polymer.
(101) Novel, graftable antidegradants for rubber compounds.
Such a move would go a long way toward easing the global shortage of graftable tissues, said Jan Koller, secretary of the European Tissue Banking Association.