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Bone grafting: Bone grafting is the surgical augmentation or replacement of diseased, lost, or malformed bone with the patient's own bone (called autograft, usually from the hip or other large bone) or donated bone from a cadaver (allograft). The new bone is held in place with existing bone with plates and screws or pins.
These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Bone grafting:
These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Bone grafting may include:
Possible surgical complications of Bone grafting may include:
The prognosis for a good medical outcome: The prognosis is excellent. There is a low risk of bone graft rejection.
Other names for this medical surgical procedures (Bone grafting) include:
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