An allograft is a tissue graft taken from a cadaver donor, unlike an autograft, which is taken from one’s own tissue. It contains a block of sterilized cartilage and bone. Usually larger than an autograft, it can be shaped to fit the exact contour of the defect and then fit precisely into place.

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