Skin and cornea grafting, Biology

SKIN GRAFTING -

Skin for grafting is taken from another part of body of the same persons.

Now it is possible to grow a sheet of skin in culture from a small piece of skin of the burn victim.

CORNEA GRAFTING -

Cornea is removed from dead man's eyes & preserved.

It is successful because it lacks blood vessels. Eye donation is a notable act.

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