Auto‐transplantation of the uterus in the domestic pig (Sus scrofa): Surgical technique and early reperfusion events

@article{Wranning2006AutotransplantationOT,
  title={Auto‐transplantation of the uterus in the domestic pig (Sus scrofa): Surgical technique and early reperfusion events},
  author={Caiza Alm{\'e}n Wranning and Randa Racho El‐Akouri and Cecilia Lundmark and Pernilla Dahm-K{\"a}hler and Johan M{\"o}lne and Anders Enskog and Mats Br{\"a}nnstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={32}
}
Aim:  To develop a method for auto‐transplantation of the uterus in the pig and to evaluate the early reperfusion events after short‐term cold ischemia. 

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