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prothesis

In a Greek church, a chapel beside the sanctuary, usually on the north side of the bema.
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Prothesis and orthotics--vocabulary--Part 1: General terms for external limb prostheses and external orthoses.
The idea is the prothesis, or ground, of subjectivity and objectivity alike: the inherent rationality or lawfulness of the object world, and the mode of concrete universality in which these laws are expressed.
20) Critical work on sound and text as prothesis in Victorian poetry by Eric Griffiths, The Printed Voice of Victorian Poetry (New York: Oxford Univ.
4% sinusitis 3,9% fistula 1,3% paresthesia 13% fracture prothesis Penarrocha et al (8) -- Boyes-Varley et al (11) Complications for tumor removal Penarrocha et al (15) 9.
Total ankle replacement: 14 year experience with the cementless ESKA ankle prothesis.
Dad's doing great; he's got great spirit," Kevin said of Bill, who was nearing his release from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston and soon will be fitted for a prothesis.
Vessel was dissected from the nerve and surgical prothesis was put in.
Se ha senalado que la concepcion espacial de la macsura es mas propia de un recinto cristiano que de una mezquita musulmana (39) y, en ese sentido, es posible relacionar la macsura con los espacios acotados mediante iconostasios frente a los absides de las iglesias bizantinas, e incluso las puertas del sabat y del tesoro con los accesos a prothesis y diakonikon (40).
The talented artist feared she'd never be able to paint again, but a prothesis designed in Germany has helped her get her life back.
Based on this analysis, a partially removable prosthesis with bilateral distal extension was planned; this required a careful design since characteristics of the residual ridge and base movement during its functioning would determine the occlusal efficacy of the prothesis.
Over the years she filled the lines with her own categories--divorces, my father's leg amputation, the newspaper account of the day he swam across the Hudson River with his prothesis back on shore.
A year after voicing his concerns to the MHRA and Poly Implant Prothesis, the French firm who made the implants, he withdrew their use from Spire Murrayfield hospital in Edinburgh.