exoprosthesis

exoprosthesis

[¦ek·sō·prəs′thē·səs]
(medicine)
An externally applied prosthesis.
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Electronic auction: implementation of works to provide in 2017 with mammary gland exoprostheses, bras for mammary gland exoprostheses and grace (or half-gassing) for fixing the mammary gland exoprosthesis for disabled people residing on the territory of the chelyabinsk region
The exoprosthesis was set up such that in the coronal (frontal) plane, the long axis of the exoprosthesis was in line with the abutment; in the sagittal plane, the long axis of the exoprosthesis was vertical at midstance; and in the transverse plane, the foot was parallel to the nominal direction of progression at midstance (i.
35,36) Osseointegration avoids common socket complications by using direct skeletal attachment of an exoprosthesis to the residual limb (35) and has demonstrated success in transhumeral, transtibial and transfemoral amputations.
Electronic auction: performance of works on providing invalids and certain categories of citizens from veterans with mammary gland exoprostheses and bras for mammary gland exoprosthesis
As a result of an increased desire for functionality for patients with transfemoral, transhumeral, and transtibial amputations [3,9-11], osseointegration technology has been developed for direct skeletal attachment of an exoprosthesis to the residual limb.