Organ Transplantation: Islamic Philosophy and Perspective
American Journal of Human Genetics 1994 September; 55(3, Supplement): A329
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Jayeghah Peyvand Aza Dar Keshwar Haye Islami and Ghir Islami = Human Organ Transplantation in Islamic and Non-Islamic Countries Shabanzadeh, Ali Reza; Toushih, Mohammad (Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine, 2007-11)Autograft a transplant of issue from one to oneself. Sometimes this is done with surplus tissue, or tissue that can regenerate, or tissues more desperately needed elsewhere (examples includes skin crafts, vein extraction ...