Dacron graft

Definition
A dacron graft is a synthetic (man-made) material used to replace normal body tissues. It is usually made into a tubular form for use in replacing or repairing blood vessels. It causes very few reactions because it is chemically inert and easily tolerated by the body.

Johns Hopkins patient information

Last revised: December 5, 2012
by David A. Scott, M.D.

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