transtibial

transtibial

/trans·tib·i·al/ (trans-tib´e-al) across or through the tibia.
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Jayakaran P, Johnson GM and Sullivan SJ (2011) Test-retest reliability of the sensory organization test in older persons with a transtibial amputation.
Such examples consisted of (see Figure 2) socket for transtibial amputee, ankle-foot orthesis for correction of articular rigidity, bony substitute for mandibular defect of critical size and femoral stem for hip prosthesis.
Treatment options include fixation of tibial avulsion injuries, single-bundle transtibial reconstruction, tibial inlay, and double-bundle transtibial reconstruction.
McGee suffered extensive physical injuries, including amputation of his left arm, lower right leg, and transtibial amputation of his left foot.
To evaluate imaging accuracy, a small, representative transtibial amputation residuum "analog" was 3-D printed in cyanoacrylate-infused powder (ZPrinter 650, 3D Systems Inc; Rock Hill, South Carolina).
Transtibial level was the most common amputation 19(57.
One survey of 230 patients with transtibial amputations conducted during the Vietnam War indicated that 59% of wound closures were left open and 41% were closed in theater.
Contract awarded for 01878-15 Folio Prosthodontics Transtibial Pr.
Twenty-eight percent of people with lower-limb amputation, slightly more than 378,000 individuals, have a transtibial amputation (TTA) [2-3].
Major amputation was defined as any amputation above the level of the malleoli of the ankle, including transtibial amputations (TTAs), through-knee amputations, or transfemoral amputations (TFAs).
Contract awarded for modular kit transtibial amputation .

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