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  • implant
  • Ill-fitting prosthesis may cause mechanical failures of the prosthesis, implant systems, or biologic complications of the surrounding tissue. (duhnnae.com)
  • He or she should make the patient aware of possible complications, which include loss of extraocular muscle function with decreased motility of the prosthesis, orbital infection, implant extrusion, enophthalmos, pyogenic granuloma, ptosis and visual hallucinations. (aao.org)
  • Select the largest implant that fits easily into the socket, realizing that a smaller-sized implant will reduce the chance of extrusion, while a larger-sized implant will offer superior motility and cosmesis. (aao.org)
  • In an alternate embodiment, a dental implant comprises a crest portion having a circular bottom surface, an opposite circular top surface, and a side wall intermediate the bottom surface and the top surface, the top surface being adapted for attaching the dental prosthesis thereto. (google.com)
  • knee
  • The purpose of this study was to compare functional and radiographic results, range of motion of the knee, patient satisfaction, femoral component, revision and complication rates in patients receiving either a standard posterior cruciate substituting-flex (LPS-flex) or gender-specific posterior cruciate substituting-flex (LPS-Flex) total knee prosthesis. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • amputees
  • Jen Reid, who manages Horse Haven at Best Friends, and veterinarian Tara Timpson had run out of options for easing Riley's suffering when two volunteers at Horse Haven mentioned Ted Vlahos, a surgeon in Sheridan, Wyoming, who had successfully fitted horse amputees with artificial legs. (prweb.com)
  • Most amputees believe the socket is the most important aspect of a prosthesis. (go.com)
  • Many amputees voice frustration at this stage because every socket feels differently and takes time to adjust to its fit. (go.com)
  • systems
  • Our technical expertise does not only cover a comprehensive portfolio of products and services, but also includes the individual adaptation of your device and quality control systems for you to fully benefit from all the functions offered by your individual leg prosthesis. (ottobock.com.au)
  • include
  • The other three aspects of the prosthesis include: the suspension, the components, and the alignment. (go.com)
  • various
  • This article reviews the various clinical methods that have been suggested for evaluating the fit of the fixed and removable prosthesis. (duhnnae.com)
  • options
  • Additionally, the prosthesis allows for manual adjustment options for wrist pronation and supination, elbow and shoulder flexion and extension, as well as shoulder internal and external rotations. (unomaha.edu)
  • side
  • With SPAO you have a strong partner at your side to find the optimum fitting solution for your individual case. (ottobock.com.au)
  • available
  • Wig fitting and exercise therapy are all available as well as Look Good Feel Better (confidence kit) and CanMoveForward (education sessions) which are provided or funded by the 3rd sector. (www.gov.gg)
  • needs
  • The horse also needs to have a strong opposing leg because she would be bearing much of her weight on that leg until she adjusted to the prosthesis. (prweb.com)
  • time
  • It could be worth going for a fitting at www.nicolajane.com/?gclid=CJSpxYT5h8YCFTLLtAodiQwAOw as the staff are really lovely and do spend the time to find the right item. (mumsnet.com)
  • hearing aid
  • The invention may e.g. be used for the customization of hearing aid parameters in cooperation with fitting software and/or for improving signal to noise ratio of a detected or measured signal. (google.com)