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Composite grafts


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Composite grafts

Valved stentless composite graft

Intraoperative flow measurement in composite Y arterial grafts

Composite graft replacement of the aortic root in acute dissection

Composite arterial grafting with double skeletonized internal thoracic arteries

Composite graft using the gastroepiploic artery, regarding the study design

Composite graft replacement of the aortic root: ‘button’ technique

Composite graft in annulo-aortic ectasia. Nineteen years' experience without graft inclusion

V-composite grafting using the right internal thoracic artery grafts anastomosed to aorto-coronary bypass grafts

Randomized comparative study of radial artery and right gastroepiploic artery in composite arterial graft for CABG

Angiographic evaluation of flow distribution in sequential and composite arterial grafts for three vessel disease

A 10-year angiographic follow-up of competitive flow in sequential and composite arterial grafts

The use of composite stentless valves with graft extension for the treatment of ascending aortic aneurysms

Aortic root replacement with a composite graft. Factors influencing immediate and long-term results

Improved outcome with composite graft versus homograft root replacement for children with aortic root aneurysms

Is total arterial myocardial revascularization with composite grafts a safe and useful procedure in the elderly?

Mid-term results of aortic root replacement using a self-assembled biological composite graft

A novel composite coronary bypass graft strategy: the saphenous vein bridge—a pilot study

Beating heart composite valve graft replacement and hemiarch aortic reconstruction in a patient with patent internal thoracic artery graft

 

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Composite grafts commonly contain skin, as well as other tissue such as fat or cartilage. Useful in Nasal reconstruction and ear reconstruction. In general, any composite graft >5 mm ...

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