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ear tag

Preauricular tag A common minor skin defect, consisting of a rudimentary tag of tissue, often with central cartilage, usually located just in front of the ear
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A microchip implanted today to allow for easy building access and payments could, in theory, be used later in more invasive ways: to track the length of employees' bathroom or lunch breaks, for instance, without their consent or even their knowledge.
Renewing and ordering prescriptions has been automatic, or nearly so, for a decade now thanks to carbon-based microchip implants. But drone delivery of those drugs has had a harder time catching up.
Disney/ABC also has two well-known international stars to fortify another high-concept drama, Intelligence, about an elite intelligence agent who has a microchip implanted in his head.
* Microchip implants: A microchip is slightly smaller than a grain of rice and is inserted under the cat's skin between the shoulder blades and is an effective method of identifying a lost pet.
A microchip implanted into the retina can help some blind people detect patterns of light and dark, so they can see the outlines of objects.
Most cats don't have collars but it could have a microchip implanted which holds information about who owns it.
"Every registered foal now has a microchip implanted under its skin to make it readily identifiable," he said.
citizen and visitor will have an identification microchip implanted underneath their skin.
SCIENTISTS in the region are leading a project which could one day help sufferers of age-related brain damage recover lost functions through microchip implants.
(2.) Indonesia's Papua drops microchip implants for HIV.
The Food and Drug Administration endorses microchip implants despite credible evidence that they may cause cancer.
The puppy was traced to owners John and Mary Speak, of Shrewsbury, Shrops, through a microchip implanted in her neck.