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1. The Amsterdam protocol for premolar Autotransplantations The lecture will be presented by Marjolijn Gilijamse in memory of Jacques Baart: 12.15-12.30: Tooth Autotransplantations in the anterior mandible and maxilla Gilijamse M, Baart JA, de Cleen M, Swart TJ

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2. Since 2018, the Dentistry and Orthodontics team at SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital has performed nine Autotransplantations using this technique , which has already been performed on five patients this year

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3. In the period, 1973-1985, a total of 305 renal Autotransplantations (often with extracorporeal repair) were performed in 274 patients for fibromuscular (56) or atherosclerotic (98) renovascular disease, nephrolithiasis (97), renal tumor (15), or ureteral injury (8).

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4. Autotransplantations in orthodontic patients ( Table 3)

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5. 3 Blood cells that were collected for autotransplantation can be stored at 4°C for 6 d, and storing hematopoietic cells at 4°C could expand Autotransplantations to centers in developing countries where more complex technical skills and equipment are lacking and/or cost may be an issue

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6. Successfully sequence and perform Autotransplantations with predictable success

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7. MSGs Autotransplantations were performed in 18 eyes (17 patients) with severe DED

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8. Human renal Autotransplantations have been performed since the early 1960's mainly because of renovascular hypertension/aneurysm or ureter injuries or tumor.

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9. Importance of root development in Autotransplantations: a retrospective study of 137 teeth with a follow-up period varying from 1 week to 14 years

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10. 3 Blood cells that were collected for autotransplantation can be stored at 4°C for 6 d, and storing hematopoietic cells at 4°C could expand Autotransplantations to centers in developing countries where more complex technical skills and equipment are lacking and/or cost may be an issue

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11. What does Autotransplantations mean? Plural form of autotransplantation

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12. In the period, 1973–1985, a total of 305 renal Autotransplantations (often with extracorporeal repair) were performed in 274 patients for fibromuscular (56) or atherosclerotic (98) renovascular disease, nephrolithiasis (97), renal tumor (15), or ureteral injury (8)

Autotransplantations, Atherosclerotic

13. This Case Report describes a successful case of two Autotransplantations of open-apex mandibular third molars in place of the hopeless first mandibular molars with the use of L-PRF in a growing patient

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14. 'Survival and success of maxillary canine autotransplantation: a retrospective investigation' (3) from 2010 is a review of 63 maxillary canine Autotransplantations in 49 subjects, mean age of subjects 21.8 years, range 13-42.1

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15. Autotransplantations of completely developed maxillary canines

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16. New cancers after Autotransplantations for multiple myeloma

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17. Table 2 gives an overview of donor and recipient tooth types recorded in this study both related to conventional and trans-alveolar Autotransplantations performed

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18. The frequency of parathyromatosis in forearm Autotransplantations is reported between 0.11% and 58% [6, 7]

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19. Another potential risk of FNA biopsy is tumor seeding along the needle tract, as parathyroid tissue can adhere to and grow in various settings, explaining the high success with Autotransplantations [4–6]

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20. Autotransplantations to other regions

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21. Methods MSGs Autotransplantations were performed in 18 eyes (17 patients) with severe DED

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Dictionary

AUTOTRANSPLANTATIONS [ˌôdōˌtransplanˈtāSH(ə)n]

NOUN

  • transplantation of tissue from one site to another in the same individual.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does autotransplantation mean?

Autotransplantation is the transplantation of organs, tissues, or even particular proteins from one part of the body to another in the same person (auto- meaning "self" in Greek).

What is ovarian autotransplantation?

Autotransplantation: The process of transplanting tissue from one part of the body to another in the same individual. The transplanted tissue is termed an autotransplant or an autograft. Ovarian autotransplantation has been done to the upper arm to protect the ovary while the patient had radiotherapy to the abdomen.

What is an auto transplant?

Autotransplantation is the transplantation of organs, tissues, or even particular proteins from one part of the body to another in the same person (auto- meaning "self" in Greek). The autologous tissue (also called autogenous, autogeneic, or autogenic tissue) transplanted by such a procedure is called an autograft or autotransplant.

What is an example of allotransplantation?

It is contrasted with allotransplantation (from other individual of same species), Syngeneic transplantation (Grafts transplanted between two genetically identical individuals of the same species) and xenotransplantation (from other species). A common example is the removal of a piece of bone (usually from the hip)...