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In a Greek church, a chapel beside the sanctuary, usually on the north side of the bema.
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reported the removal of an aspirated speech prothesis, embedded in the carina, using bronchoscopy under general anesthesia.
Alain, "Comparative study on tribiological behavior of Ti-6Al-7Nb and SS AISI 316L alloys, for Total hip prothesis".
His mother Hannah Jones, 32, had to raise PS30,000 to pay for the prothesis.
The radiographies of the right knee revealed no signs of displacement, loosening of the prothesis, or other pathological signs which would include unsealing, fracture, or cortical bone modifications.
(1.) An orthosis is a device that helps correct or amplify an existing capability, whereas a prothesis is a device that replaces a missing capability.
"He's not worked these muscles because he has not used this type of prothesis before, and obviously without having a hand he has spent about nine years of not using those muscles, but he has developed them very well this week and has been working great with them.
Such a prosthesis can be implanted at a second operation, or if advances in the speed of 3D model production permit, a 3D prothesis could be generated during surgery for immediate implantation.
For the artificial leg, the principle remains the same except that the process works in reverse: information is guided from the prothesis to the brain, rather than the other way around.
This is Coleridge's modified dialectics, his "logic of trichotomy." Instead of an initial polarity, it grounds the opposition between thesis and antithesis in a more primordial term, called the "prothesis." The prothesis is not a product, but a presupposition, a logical medium making possible the action of thesis and antithesis on each other.
Preliminary results of a soft novel lumbar intervertebral prothesis (DIAM) in the degenerative spinal pathology.
As an alternative in order to preserve movement in distance and disc height to avoid fusion development and to conserve normal segmental lordosis cervical disk prothesis were designed.34 However randomised clinical controlled trials comparing the surgical results of two different methods have remained limited and controversial.