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Steinmann pin

[′stīn·mən ‚pin]
(medicine)
A surgical nail inserted in distal portions of such bones as the femur or tibia for skeletal tractions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Na sequencia, procedeu-se a inspecao da cavidade abdominal, durante a qual foi identificada a presenca do pino de Steinmann livre na cavidade entre as alcas intestinais.
Walter Steinmann, in his part, said that "neither Turkey nor Switzerland were EU members.
The reduction was maintained by Steinmann pins and immobilisation in a cylinder cast for 12 weeks.
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Martin Steinmann, senior vice president, marketing at Pingtel has joined Nortel as part of the transaction and will take on an expanded role in business development.
The Hathaways acquired the property for $330,000 in August 1999 from Thomas and Susan Steinmann.
In addition to a helpful map providing the chapel's location, a drawing from Ernst Steinmann's Die Sixtinische Kapelle reveals the originally blue and gold frescoed ceiling in existence before Michelangelo's painting.
Ushers were David Patrick Boyte, of Atlanta, Georgia; Ralph Lanier Huston, cousin of the groom, of Lawrenceville, Georgia; David Sterling Lanier, cousin of the groom, of Austin, Texas; and Samuel Moore Steinmann of Madison Heights, Virginia.
The bottom line is to provide our online visitors and customers with an even more positive experience," said Gabe Steinmann, SureFire's e-commerce coordinator.
While most of the contributors are evangelical or conservative, they do not pursue a hard line, and I detected four Lutherans among the contributors: Fretheim (Exodus) and Olson (Numbers) from the ELCA and Heck (Benjamin, Issachar, and Tamar) and Steinmann (cherubim, hardness of heart) from LCMS.
It was put together by a team of four - Pascale-Marie Deschamps, Michel Derenbourg, Claire Aube and Lionel Steinmann. The panel of judges particularly praised the article for its depth of research, the quality of writing and its "courageous" placement within a business magazine, which meant that it confronted its readers with behaviour that they might already be aware of.