reimplant

reimplant

(ˌriːɪmˈplɑːnt)
vb (tr)
to implant again
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Surgeons remove cartilage cells from the patient, grow them outside the body, then reimplant them in the knee.
The operating surgeon decides to proceed with a ureteral reimplant based on the degree of ureteral injury and the blood supply to the ureter.
However, we also demonstrated that immediate and definitive repair of the ureteral obstruction with herniorrhaphy and ureteral reimplant is a feasible option.
During the 1950s, Hutch was the first to suggest a link between VUR, pyelonephritis and renal scars based on his work on adult paraplegics, and the benefits of ureteral reimplantation.[sup.4] Politano, Leadbetter, Paquin and others improved upon the concept of an adequate length, detrusor-backed submucosal tunnel, cementing ureteral reimplant as a time-tested cornerstone in the management of VUR.
Ideally, that sheet of cells should "aggregate to form new balls [so] you can take out those balls and reimplant them to form new hairs." But the sheet of cells was producing one ball instead of many, he said.
The patient ultimately underwent a bilateral ureteral reimplant with upper-pole pyeloureterostomy.
Should we reimplant it in the same ear after the disease has been eradicated?
The most common surgical approach for this condition is to reimplant the anomalous RCA into the correct right aortic sinus.
In May 2007, the patient had a third operation to reimplant the ureter.
There were 484 initial implant procedures and 417 reimplant procedures--implant exchanges or implant reinsertion after a prior removal.
Reconsider stenting or fluoroscopy at this point if the obstruction remains, and when all else fails address the obstruction via laparotomy and reimplant, he said, noting that it reached this point in only 1 of the 700 patients.
They may be able to reimplant a damaged or dirty tooth and, even if the tooth has already been reinserted, the dentist will check it.