Autoinoculation is a treatment procedure where cells are removed from a person’s body, treated or altered medically, and then re-injected back into the body. This type of procedure uses a person’s own cells to help prevent an immune reaction.

The term can also refer to the transfer of microorganisms from one location of the body to another.

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Last revised: December 3, 2012
by Martin A. Harms, M.D.

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