interstitial implantation

in·ter·sti·tial im·plan·ta·tion

implantation in which the blastocyst lies within the substance of the endometrium, as in humans and guinea pigs.

interstitial implantation

(in embryology) the complete embedding of the blastocyst within the endometrium of the uterine wall.
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Reports have shown that a prescribed dose (PD) of 100–160 Gy is safe and efficacious for [sup]125I seed interstitial implantation for solid tumors.
An interstitial implantation also is near maternal veins.
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