orthopedic appliance

or·tho·pe·dic ap·pli·ance

(ōrthŏ-pēdik ă-plīăns)
Device used to influence growth and/or position of bones.
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In addition, the presurgical orthopedic appliance, a treatment option used to correct orofacial clefts, is presented and illustrated.
Scottish Rite Hospital for Children; Tuscaloosa Orthopedic Appliance Co.
With such findings Yazdani then created a custom orthopedic appliance for Reed, designed to correct the position of the jaw.
won the 2004 Create the Future grand prize for the Unitary Orthopedic Appliance, a removable casting and bracing mechanism designed to speed recovery from orthopedic injury and surgery in humans and animals.
April 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A Unitary Orthopedic Appliance -- a pliable, adjustable orthopedic cast -- has won the grand prize in the 2004 Annual Create the Future Contest, sponsored by Emhart(R) Teknologies, New Haven, Conn.
Grand prize-winner: Unitary Orthopedic Appliance, a multi-faceted casting, bracing and diagnostic mechanism designed to speed recovery from orthopedic injury and surgery.
medical equipment and orthopedic appliance business).
Veterans, who because of a service-connected disability, wear or use a prosthetic or orthopedic appliance that tends to wear out or tear clothing, are eligible for payment of an annual clothing allowance.
in Minnesota; Shamp Prosthetics and Orthotics in Ohio; Certified Orthopedic Appliance Company, Inc.
NYSE: NOV), a leading rehabilitation management services company, today announced the acquisitions of two practices: Certified Orthopedic Appliance Co.
NASDAQ: OSII), the leading provider of patient care services in the orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) industry, today announced the acquisition of two companies: Knoxville Orthopedic Appliance Co.
that the first graf, fifth line, should be "Knoxville Orthopedic Appliance Co.