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semirigid

(of an airship) maintaining shape by means of a main supporting keel and internal gas pressure
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Intraoperative complications after 8150 semirigid ureteroscopies for ureteral lithiasis: risk analysis and management.
Adjacent segment mobility after rigid and semirigid instrumentation of the lumbar spine.
* Evidence: A 2017 meta-analysis of systematic reviews found improved (self-reported) function when patients used external support devices such as tape, compression bandages, semirigid braces or boots, or walking casts.
Complications of 2735 retrograde semirigid ureteroscopy procedures: A single center experience.
For ureteroscopy, an 8.5/9.5 Fr semirigid ureteroscope (Richard Wolf GmbH, Knittlinger, Germany) and a 6/8.8 Fr flexible ureteroscope (Richard Wolf GmbH, Knittlinger, Germany) were used.
SDS and FDS are the two most commonly used gradation structure types of semirigid base or semirigid subbase in China.
However, the obtained biopsy samples by semirigid pleuroscope are small and insufficient depth due to lack of mechanical power and the small size of the cup of the biopsy forceps [7, 9].
The bonding agent was applied, and a semirigid splint was placed and stabilised using a flowable composite (Figure 4).
We described two cases of pediatric little finger valgus deformity successfully treated using opening wedge osteotomy and intramedullary semirigid fixation with a single K-wire.
Second, a semirigid 6/7.5 Fr ureteroscope (Ultrathin, Richard Wolf, Knittlingen, Germany) was inserted into the right ureter without a guidewire.
Utilizing two different proprietary silicones, Mack's Flightguard earplugs feature a soft, semirigid stem and super-soft seal rings to allow for easy insertion and extreme comfort.
The antenna is excited by a semirigid cable in such a way that the braided outer conductor is shorted to the ground and the inner conductor is soldered to the feeding plate of the SRR based PIFA, as shown in Figure 2 [15].