Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reimplant.
  • adjective implanted again

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Examples

  • These cells can then be reimplanted as is or matured and increased in number outside of the body before reimplantation.

    Fertility Preservation Program

  • The resulting brown fat cells could then be reimplanted into the original donor.

    Boing Boing

  • This tissue can then be thawed and reimplanted at a later date, thereby restoring ovarian function.

    Fertility Preservation Program

  • Yet even the patients eviscerated and reimplanted with these “organ bouquets” did not make it: they survived the operation, but not the disease.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Limits can and should be placed on the number of eggs fertilized, the number of embryos reimplanted transferred, and the fate of frozen embryos if this avenue is taken.

    Misconception

  • Yet even the patients eviscerated and reimplanted with these “organ bouquets” did not make it: they survived the operation, but not the disease.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Limits can and should be placed on the number of eggs fertilized, the number of embryos reimplanted transferred, and the fate of frozen embryos if this avenue is taken.

    Misconception

  • Yet even the patients eviscerated and reimplanted with these “organ bouquets” did not make it: they survived the operation, but not the disease.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Anything I tell you now will be lost when your memories are reimplanted after you come out of stasis.

    Pathfinder

  • I would though recommend that the fertility doctors in your country set a guideline for the maximum number of embryos to be reimplanted.

    Nadya Suleman “Greedy, Needy, Nuts,” Says Fleeing Publicist

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