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A Full Transplantation Types Explained

Posted by cntransplant on Saturday, November 11, 2017



Based on the nature of the removal of organs or tissues of the body was transferred to another body, the transplant is distinguished for:


  • Autograft: organ tissues or organs from one place to another in the patient's own body. For example, cleft lip surgeries, for example from his ass or from his cheek.
  • Normally, namely: removal of the tissue or organ of the body to another body of the same species, i.e., between man and man. Transplant ' normally ' that often occurs and a high level of success include: kidney transplantation, and the cornea of the eye. In addition it also has already happened, although his liver transplant has not been high.


  • Xenograft, namely: removal of the tissue or organ from one body to another body which is not the same species, for example between the human species with the animals. That already happens for example with a human heart transplant baboon, although the level of his childhood.


According to an expert on transplant, organ removal can occur from the body itself to the body of another person, so that from the point of transplant recipients can be distinguished into:


  • Auto-transplantation, are: removal of an organ or tissue for elsewhere from the body itself.
  • Homo-transpalantasi, are: removal of an organ or tissue from a person's body to the body of another person.
  • Hetero transplantation, are: removal of an organ or tissue from one species to another species body.


A physician transplant said that in the world of medicine, known for his transplant, there are three categories, namely:

  • An autologous transplant, namely: the transfer of organs from one body part to another part of the body, in the same person, for example the removal of the skin of the thigh into the hands or face. In this case the donor and recipients as well are the same person.
  • The transplantation of homologous, i.e.: the transfer of organs from one person to another person. The donor is alive or deceased in the circumstances. An example of homologous transplantation from deceased donors was the cornea of the eye.
  • Heterologous transplant: removal of organs from different species, e.g. animal cartilage to replace the human heart katub. If an organ mounted on recipients as well is man-made, not known as a transplant, but rather ' implants '.

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