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SCIENCE ADVANCES AND THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN MEDICAL SCIENCE AND THERAPEUTIC ASPECTS

한국의과학 1970년 2권 2호 p.5 ~ 18
노덕삼,
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노덕삼 (  ) - 이화여자대학교 대학원

Abstract


We have to expect the regular function of the transplanted tissue or organ in recipient´s body. It is true that the transplanted vessels, bones of which are keeping the metabolism in host cells. We can mot expect that these grafted tissue cells can not be able to attach to all the cells completely with host cells.
Grafted tissue cells, some would be expired but most of the cells have been absorbed with the host .cells for a long period. It is called the allostatic transplantation. Another form is that some parathyroid gland, pituitary gland which are obtained from corpses. These glands were transplanted into the muscle of the thigh where the glands have been keeping the tissues alive & also producing -hormones. On the :same stand point, a -dog kidney is transplanted into the host dog which has to be keeping of the renal function including the urinary-excretion.
These transplanted organic cells have been to keep life & to keep the cellular proliferation. It is called the allovital transplantation.
Such as a big organ, a kidney, heart, etc. it should perform the main vessel-anastomosis in the organ transplantation. During the last century we had been using the words of the free transplants or pedicle transplants in the surgical textbooks.
Since 1954, Longmire etc. have been describing the new terms of the allostatic or allovital transplantation which are the verily suitable, scientific terminologys & it is very convenient in practical clinical usage.
On the allovital transplantation, it is good that the performance of all the vessels-anastomosis if possible but at least above the. 1 mm diameter vessels should be to keep anastomosis at least.

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