Definition of Homotransplants
1. homotransplant [n] - See also: homotransplant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Homotransplants
Literary usage of Homotransplants
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1920)
"Metal, rubber, and celluloid plates, homotransplants, animal transplants, and autogenous grafts from skull, tibia, scapula, and ribs have been recommended ..."
2. Practice of Medicine by Frederick Tice (1921)
"Unquestionably transplantation would be the ideal treatment if it were possible, but unfortunately homotransplants are rapidly destroyed by the host and ..."
3. Therapeutic Gazette (1916)
"... as when a more complicated technique is employed with an attempt to definitely couple up the blood-vessels. The fact that homotransplants and ..."
4. Gynecology by Brooke Melancthon Anspach (1921)
"... and has not found any regularity or rhythm in the swelling of one or the other. la 19 of his earlier homotransplants—145 altogether—he had only one ..."
5. Oxford Loose-leaf Surgery by F. F. Burghard, Allen Buckner Kanavel (1920)
"Autotrans- plants are to be preferred in this operation. homotransplants experimentally serve the purpose. ..."
6. Surgical and mechanical treatment of peripheral nerves by Byron Stookey, Gotthelf Carl Huber (1922)
"Following Albert's cases of transplantation numerous other attempts were made with homotransplants, auto- transplants and ..."
7. United States Naval Medical Bulletin by Navy Dept, United States, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (1916)
"... transplantations are never successful, while there is still some dissent regarding homotransplants. The ideal is the autograft. ..."