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interposition

(int″ĕr-pŏ-zish′ŏn)
1. The surgical placement of one body structure between two others.
2. The ectopic migration of a body structure to an abnormal site between two others, e.g., of the large intestine between the liver and the diaphragm.
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9) However, if there is degeneration of the medial wall or complete occlusion, complete excision with interposition of a bypass vessel graft is recommended.
One must anticipate possible stylocarpal impingement and address it concurrently if necessary with an ulnar shortening osteotomy or soft tissue interposition between the radius and ulna.
Listen to me now--and this is important -- by your act of interposition, when you as lower magistrates defy the higher authority, you remind the federal authorities that their authority has limits," he explained to the assembled state lawmakers.
Caption: Figure 1: Chest radiograph in AP projection showing elevation of both domes of diaphragm with interposition of colon between liver and right hemidiaphragm (Chilaiditi's sign).
Cette interposition ferme contre la surexploitation etrangere est basee sur les rapports de l'institut national de la recherche des peches maritimes qui confirme cette regression excessive sans precedent des captures, a cause des surpeches etrangeres.
doctrine of interposition held that states could reject federal
Initially, Modi and co-workers studied 43 patients with Type 2 diabetes who had sleeve gastrectomy with ileal interposition, in which the ileum, a part of the small intestine, is moved closer to the stomach.
On the basis of the successful outcome in this case, surgical excision of the interdiaphyseal callus and interposition of a polypropylene mesh could be a viable option for management of posttraumatic radioulnar synostosis in birds of prey.
The attachment of an interposition graft to the ATFP or obturator internus fascia has the potential to address central and lateral defects simultaneously.
ARIZONA AND INTERPOSITION (The New York Times, New York)
Chilaiditi's syndrome is caused by hepatodiaphragmatic interposition of colon and is usually asymptomatic.