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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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The patients in group A were managed by supine transgluteal ESWL as described below and those in group B were managed by semirigid ureteroscopy with intracorporeal pneumatic lithotripsy in the usual way.
Hardline is seen as a replacement for rigid or semirigid ducting in all underground applications," LMS Owner John Whitfield said.
Available techniques include SWL, semirigid or flexible URS, laparoscopic ureterolithotomy and open surgery.
1994) The efficacy of a semirigid ankle stabilizer to reduce acute ankle injuries in basketball: A randomized clinical study at West Point.
8) Once achieved, sterile, semirigid rubber tubing was inserted via the enterotomy site, with a sterile water-based lubricant used as required.
The nonrigid region has the biggest impact; rigid region has the least while semirigid region has an impact at a fair level.
After cast immobilization of the right forearm and left ankle and application of a semirigid Miami-J collar, primary hip arthroplasty was performed for the hip dislocation fracture.
Ureteroscopy was then carried out with a semirigid ureteroscope and revealed a Foley catheter kinked upon itself with balloon fully inflated in the proximal ureter (Figure 3).
Objective: To assess the success rates of endoscopic management of upper ureteral stones using semirigid ureterorenoscopy and holmium: YAG laser lithotripters.
The whole assembly consists of a durable semirigid polymer "frame," the 1.
Optimal treatments are not fully agreed upon but most sources propose semirigid collar provision for stable injury and rigid immobilization of varying design for the potentially unstable injury (18).
Table 6 provides evidence that the semirigid brace is an effective ergogenic aid that enhances the proprioception of non-injured ankles.