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sawbones

(sô′bōnz′)
n. pl. sawbones or saw·boneses (-bōn′zĭz) Slang
A physician, especially a surgeon.
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Sawbones is a medical history podcast which takes a look at the horrifying and hilarious road to modern medicine.
"We're very pro-education," said Thom Porro, who heads new product development for Sawbones. "We're really keen on the whole STEM philosophy.
(10) The passage deploys a rhetoric of inflation that echoes the inflationary black market in which Enfield and "Sawbones" were forced to deal: the figure moves "more" stealthily and "more" swiftly through "wider" labyrinths, crushing a child at "every" corner.
Use sawbones as guides, but do your homework to ensure the real-world anatomy that could be encountered is reflected during development and when testing a prototype.
The accuracy of the bone segmentation and registration was evaluated on a realistic phantom of the tibia, which was constructed with a synthetic tibial bone (ERP #1117-42, Sawbones Inc., Vashon, WA, USA) immersed in a hydrogel made of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) diluted in 95% of water.
However, the recent study using sawbones indicated that six of the eight commonly used TKA prostheses scratched the nail or excessive force was needed on insertion [9].
Tapered cylindrical defects matching the dimensions of the scaffolds were made using appropriate drill bits in Sawbones[c] polyurethane foam (Sawbones Europe AB, Malmo, Sweden).
This model was made in a high-resolution imaging medium (Sawbones, Vashon, WA, USA) that could be used to produce a realistic image in radiographic environments as real bones.
stated that fixation of tuberosity sutured greater and lesser tuberosity to each other or to the shaft, delivered maximum stability, and minimized potential intertuberosity separation through evaluating the effect on movement in sawbones [85].
A series of 30 bone plates made from glass-filled epoxy resin (Model # 1523-22, Sawbones, Vashon, WA, USA) were 25 mm thick x 50 mm wide x 50 mm long having an average surface roughness of 1.86 [micro]m (i.e., 0.007% of plate thickness); they were each used only once for MOB tests.
Methods: A distal third humeral shaft fracture model was constructed using fourth-generation sawbones (#3404, composite bone).
There are people with various levels of education ranging from the illiterate (in any number of works) to a teacher (Margaret Laurence's A Jest of God), to medical doctors (Sinclair Ross's Sawbones Memorial and W.