reimplant


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reimplant,

v to replace a lost or extracted tooth back into its alveolus.
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With published minimal acceptable success rates of 95% and reproducible results reported as high as 99%, pediatric urologists have essentially perfected the art of the ureteral reimplant.
The time leading up to Casey's reimplant was made more difficult by the fact that he could now understand what was going to take place, and although he is usually a very stoic child, he was concerned.
Surgeons remove cartilage cells from the patient, grow them outside the body, then reimplant them in the knee.
Worldwide, more than 50,000 patients with epilepsy have received VNS Therapy, and a significant majority of these patients are consistently opting to continue treatment, which is evidenced by an initial reimplant rate that exceeds 70 percent.
Ideally, that sheet of cells should "aggregate to form new balls [so] you can take out those balls and reimplant them to form new hairs.
Should we reimplant it in the same ear after the disease has been eradicated?
There were 484 initial implant procedures and 417 reimplant procedures--implant exchanges or implant reinsertion after a prior removal.
During this waiting period, there is ample opportunity for the microscopic tumor cells that remain in the breast cavity to reimplant and become viable or to disseminate elsewhere in the body, resulting in metastases," said Don Goer, Chief Executive Officer for Intraop Medical Corporation.
Reconsider stenting or fluoroscopy at this point if the obstruction remains, and when all else fails address the obstruction via laparotomy and reimplant, he said, noting that it reached this point in only 1 of the 700 patients.
They may be able to reimplant a damaged or dirty tooth and, even if the tooth has already been reinserted, the dentist will check it.
Thirteen of the first 100 patients met the prospective definition of a treatment failure, which is defined as having a reoperation to remove the graft or to reimplant it, or a procedure that violates the subchondral bone to treat the defect.
For the QWERTY keyboard Keith finds ANGIOSPERM, PLEASURING, and REIMPLANTS, to which we can also add BLEPHARISM, STEPFAMILY, RESAMPLING, PROTAMINES, PALUSTRINE, PROZYMITES, EPURATIONS, and EUPHORBIAS, for a total of eleven words.