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endoskeleton

 [en´do-skel″ĕ-ton]
the cartilaginous and bony skeleton of the body, exclusive of that part of the skeleton of dermal origin.

en·do·skel·e·ton

(en'dō-skel'ĕ-tŏn),
The internal bony framework of the body; the skeleton in its usual context as distinguished from exoskeleton.

endoskeleton

/en·do·skel·e·ton/ (en″do-skel´ĕ-ton) the cartilaginous and bony skeleton of the body, exclusive of that part of the skeleton of dermal origin.

endoskeleton

(ĕn′dō-skĕl′ĭ-tn)
n.
An internal supporting skeleton, derived from the mesoderm, that is characteristic of vertebrates and certain invertebrates.

en′do·skel′e·tal (-ĭ-tl) adj.

endoskeleton

the internal network of bones, to which muscles are attached. Compare exoskeleton.

en·do·skel·e·ton

(en'dō-skel'ĕ-tŏn)
The internal bony framework of the body; the skeleton in its usual context as distinguished from the exoskeleton.

endoskeleton

a skeleton present within the body of an organism, for example, the vertebrate skeleton. Compare EXOSKELETON.

endoskeleton

the cartilaginous and bony skeleton of the body, exclusive of that part of the skeleton of dermal origin.
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He used a PTB endoskeletal prosthesis, a polypropylene socket, a 6 mm Alpha liner, lock and pin suspension, and a Luxon Max dynamic response prosthetic foot.
All subjects had been fitted with endoskeletal HD prostheses at our center.
6MWT = 6-minute walk test, AMPPRO = Amputee Mobility Predictor with a prosthesis, LCI-5 = Locomotor Capabilities Index, PEQ-13 = Prosthesis Evaluation Questionnaire-Mobility Scale, SACH = solid ankle cushion heel, SAFE = stationary attachment flexible endoskeletal, SD = standard deviation.
He regularly used a PTB endoskeletal prosthesis, a flexible socket liner with a gel liner, a lock-and-pin suspension, and a Freedom Innovations dynamic response prosthetic foot.
In an effort to enhance suspension and reduce volume fluctuation problems, 4 wk before bioimpedance testing, his regular prosthetist switched him from a PTB endoskeletal prosthesis with a gel sock, Pelite liner, and neoprene suspension to a manual elevated vacuum system (P2 Harmony).
To test for the effect of assistive mobility devices on sensor-fused orientation output, we used the following devices: exoskeletal transtibial prosthesis, endoskeletal transtibial prosthesis, knee-ankle-foot orthosis (KAFO) with aluminum uprights, KAFO with stainless steel uprights, ankle-foot orthosis, Challenger Low Wide walker (Evolution Technologies; Port Coquitlam, Canada), standard walker, Tango wheelchair (OrthoFab; Quebec City, Canada), and GTi wheelchair (Quickie; Phoenix, Arizona).
The test prosthesis was a patellar-tendon-bearing socket with a two-ply wool sock and no liner, an endoskeletal pyramid alignment system, a 30 mm aluminum pylon, a Seattle Light-Foot[TM] (Seattle Systems, Poulsbo, Washington), and a neoprene sleeve.