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am·pu·tee

(am'pyū-tē'),
A person with one or more limbs either partially or entirely amputated.

amputee

(ăm′pyo͝o-tē′)
n.
A person who has had one or more limbs removed by amputation.

amputee

[am′pyo̅o̅tē′]
a person who has had one or more extremities traumatically or surgically removed.

am·pu·tee

(amp'yū-tē')
A person with an amputated limb or part of limb.

amputee

A person who has suffered an AMPUTATION.
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Everybody, whether they realize it or not, goes through a huge challenge," Free says of amputees.
Amputee charity Limbcare have launched a campaign urging people who have lost limbs to share videos or images on social media.
Two-and-a-half-year old Mohammad Ayoub, who was the recipient of the 7 Emirates Run's donations in 2013 was present during at the sports clinic to be exposed to other amputees.
in Linthicum, Maryland, where amputees and other stakeholders will present their concerns about the new proposed Medicare policy.
LANCASTER -- Rose-Marie Bissonnette should have been preparing for retirement in the fall of 1996, but instead she was contemplating life as an amputee.
Daniel McCann, the head of TSA's Office of Security Operations, wrote Polzin on April 4 that amputees may have a companion accompany them into the private screening area and remain through the screening process to assist the veterans in repositioning any displaced clothing.
But the 34-year-old has now learned to ski and is aiming to become a record-breaker by being the first double amputee to ski to the South Pole.
At the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AS) in Boston, Micera reports the results of previous work conducting a four-week clinical trial that improved sensory feedback in amputees by using intraneural electrodes implanted into the median and ulnar nerves.
The chief guest along with the participants from AFIRM, PIPOS, Isra Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences (IIRS), ZUIS Pharmaland, Fauji Foundation Hospital (Artificial Limbs Centre) and Dow University of Health Sciences Karachi visited different stalls displaying components related to upper and lower limb amputees.
Some social attitudes toward amputation and amputees remain to this day, while others have changed.
The prosthesis can be used by unilateral or bilateral (single or double) transtibial and transfemoral (above-knee and below-knee) amputees who wish to sprint on competitive or recreational levels.
The Amputee Soccer team, Team Zaryen, was formed as part of this program to help amputees rebuild their lives and to help remove the stigma associated with being an amputee or disabled in Haitian society.