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Can you explain the difference between synthetic and natural grafts for leg bypass?

Can you explain the difference between synthetic and natural grafts for leg bypass?

Vein vs. Symthetic: Typically natural bypass grafts are your own vein or artery. It is also possible to use cryopreserved vein or artery from a cadaver (less common but an option). Synthetic grafts are made either or gore-tex /ptfe or woven polyester (dacron). The natural grafts are less likely to clot when there is poor circulation and they are less prone to infection. ...Read more

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I am circumsized but skin has grafted back, is there a procedure to correct this?

I am circumsized but skin has grafted back, is there a procedure to correct this?

Yes....: I'm not sure what you mean by "grafted back." there is a surgical procedure to fix just about anything that may be wrong with you. Find a reliable urologist or surgeon who specializes in this surgery for details. ...Read more

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Anyone know about skin grafts?

Anyone know about skin grafts?

Sure, lots.: Next question? Seriously, it depends what you want to know. A piece of skin is taken from a "donor" area and grafted onto the treatment area, usually when skin can't be stretched enough to close a wound primarily. They are also used to treat severe burns, where lots of skin area has been destroyed. Grafting should only be done by someone with special training and expertise. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: graft?

What is the definition or description of: graft?

TISSUES TRANSFER: Tissues from one location are transferred to another . Also refers to heterogenous and homogenous grafting. ...Read more

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How long after skin grafts can I heal?

How long after skin grafts can I heal?

At least 3 weeks: It takes at least 3 weeks and closer to 3 months for skin grafts to achieve significant adherence to minimize the risk of shear or stress forces on the donor site and recipient sites. This may also be influenced by the thickness of the graft as well as the location of the graft. For exampe longer periods may be advised for the sole of the foot -. ...Read more

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Can you tell me anything about skin grafts?

Yes: Skin grafts are very helpful after losing large amounts of skin. If there are areas that can not cover your body from burns, or other injuries skin can be removed from other parts of your body or cadeaver skin can be used to place over the uncovered area to protect your body. This usually works well for healing and allows a much better cosmetic look for the area needing to be covered. ...Read more

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What occurs during a skin graft procedure?

What occurs during a skin graft procedure?

Skin transplant: An thin layer of skin is shaved off of the donor site on the body. That piece of skin may be turned into a mesh sheet. The skin graft is then transplanted to the area that needs it. The donor site (new wound) can be treated in a number of different ways. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: skin graft?

What is the definition or description of: skin graft?

Skin coverage graft: A skin graft is surgically placed piece of skin that is used to cover a wound. It can be a full thickness piece of skin, or a split thickness skin graft, meaning not all layers of the dermis are included. They each have different characteristics, and may be used on different parts of the body. Skin grafts are often used for treatment of burns, traumatic injuries, or reconstruction. ...Read more

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