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registration

 [rej″is-tra´shun]
the act of recording; in dentistry, the making of a record of the jaw relations present or desired, in order to transfer them to an articulator to facilitate proper construction of a dental prosthesis.

reg·is·tra·tion

(rej'is-trā'shŭn),
In dentistry, a record.

registration

/reg·is·tra·tion/ (rej″is-tra´shun) in dentistry, the making of a record of the jaw relations present or desired, in order to transfer them to an articulator to facilitate proper construction of a dental prosthesis.

registration

[rej′istrā′shən]
Etymology: L, registratio
1 a learning or memory recorded in the central nervous system of an impression resulting from a stimulus.
2 the recording of vital personal information such as health data.
3 the recording of professional qualification information relevant to government licensing regulations.

registration

Medical practice The least restrictive form of state regulation of persons with certain professional qualifications, which requires the filing of name, address and qualifications before practicing the field of expertise. Cf Certification Lab medicine The documentation of Pt demographics and orders on the paperwork accompanyinga specimen before it can be processed and analyzed.

reg·is·tra·tion

(rej'is-trā'shŭn)
1. The reception of external stimuli; the capacity to perform this activity.
2. The recording of information (e.g., licensure, birth or death date).

reg·is·tra·tion

(rej'is-trā'shŭn)
In dentistry, a record.

registration,

n the record of desired jaw relations that is made to transfer casts having these same relations to an articulator.
registration of functional form,
registration, tissue,
n the accurate record of the shape of tissues under any condition by means of suitable material.
registration, wax-bite,
n a wax impression used to record a patient's occlusion, which is then used to articulate diagnostic casts.

registration

the act of registering.
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