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1. an orthopedic appliance or apparatus applied to the body, particularly the trunk and lower limbs, to support the weight of the body, to correct or prevent deformities, or to control involuntary movements. See also orthosis.
2. (in the plural) orthodontic appliance.
Milwaukee brace a brace consisting of a leather girdle and neck ring connected by metal struts; used to brace the spine in the treatment of scoliosis.
neck brace cervical orthosis.
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Milwaukee BraceMoe brace Orthopedics A whole body brace that extends into neck and is used in the conservative therapy of scoliosis
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