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*  Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
They may cover all the teeth in one arch (full coverage splint) or only some (partial coverage splint). Splints are also termed ... Specific types of occlusal splint are discussed below. A stabilization splint is a hard acrylic splint that forces the teeth to ... such as the anterior positioning splint or the stabilization splint. Although occlusal splints are generally considered a ... An anterior positioning splint is a splint that designed to promote an anteriorly displaced disc. It is rarely used. A 2010 ...
*  Splints
Bench-kneed conformation causes excess loading of the medial splint bone, which can lead to splints. Because the splint bone ... The splints may occur in a front leg or hind, in one leg or both. Severe enough trauma can fracture the splint bone. If ... "Blind splints" are named because the bony reaction happens on the inside border between the splint bone and cannon bone, where ... A splint involving the cannon alone is more likely to disappear than one involving the splint bone itself. The horse should ...
*  Shin splints
If shin splints are not treated properly, or if exercise is resumed too early or aggressively, shin splints can become ... Improper footwear, including worn-out shoes, can also contribute to shin splints. Shin splints can be diagnosed by a physician ... can increase the possibility of shin splints. The pain associated with shin splints is caused from a disruption of Sharpey's ... Military personnel undergoing basic training experience shin splints injury rates between 4-8%. Shin splint pain is described ...
*  Splint
... or splints may refer to: Splint (laboratory equipment), a small wooden tinderstick used in laboratories Splint (medicine ... a device immobilizing part of the body Splint (programming tool), for analyzing software Splints, a horse ailment Shin splints ... a condition that mainly affects athletes All pages beginning with "Splint" All pages with a title containing Splint Splinter ( ...
*  Splint (medicine)
Spica splint SAM Splint Traction splint Vacuum splint Cervical collar Extrication splint (KED, Kendrick's extrication device) ... Volar Wrist Splint - Used for the wrist. Wrist/arm splint - Used for the wrist or arm. Commonly used after surgery to provide ... While surgery may be necessary such an injury may heal if placed in a finger splint. Nasal splint Posterior Lower Leg Posterior ... Different forms of the splint have been used sparingly throughout history; however, the splint gained great popularity as a ...
*  Spica splint
Thumb Spica splint, Cock-up splint, are used for acute injuries like sprains and fractures. Dynamic Cock-up splint is a special ... A spica splint is a type of orthopedic splint used to immobilize the thumb and/or wrist while allowing other digits freedom to ... Velcro strips are used to secure and maintain the splint on the hand and help in comfortably fitting the splint to a variety of ... There is also a thumb spica splint made with thermoplastic material. However, a thermoplastic splint is sensitive to heat, such ...
*  Splint armour
... , also referred to as splinted armour, first appears in a Scythian grave from the 4th century BC. Limb armor ... This style appears to depict sabatons and splints on greaves, or may represent padded armour underneath splints, or the rivets ... The splints are narrow metal strips arranged longitudinally, pierced for riveting or sewing to the foundation. Splint armour is ... While a few complete suits of armour have been found made from splints of wood, leather, or bone, the Victorian neologism " ...
*  SAM Splint
Splint Chapman, Elizabeth (November 14, 2007). "Sam Splint: An epiphany found in a gum wrapper". Newport News-Times. Archived ... It can be easily cut with any scissors or shears, to make smaller devices such as finger splints. The SAM Splint is radiolucent ... The SAM Splint was invented by Dr. Sam Scheinberg who, as a trauma surgeon during the Vietnam War, found that field medics ... They are used on board the International Space Station as a light weight compact splint, for this reason the acronym SAM is ...
*  Vacuum splint
Vacuum splints operate by extracting air from the splint itself to enable the thousands of polystyrene balls inside the splint ... A vacuum splint is a device like a small vacuum mattress that is used in emergency medicine as a temporary splint. ... The limb may also be X-rayed with the splint on. "To Hike Alone". Huffington Post. Retrieved 16 May 2015. "The vacuum splint: ... Vacuum splints are primarily used by paramedics to splint trauma-related injuries, joint dislocation, subluxation, and ...
*  Traction splint
... which includes the Thomas splint, the modified Thomas splint, the QD-4 Hare traction splint and the Donway traction splint Non- ... Often a pillow splint or rigid splint is best in this situation. All agree that traction splints should only be applied when ... This splint is built with carbon fiber tubing and weighs 500 grams. In 2003 the CT-6 was chosen as the splint of choice by the ... A traction splint most commonly refers to a splinting device that uses straps attaching over the pelvis or hip as an anchor, a ...
*  Splint activator
The splint activator is a rather exotic appliance, albeit in recent times, the Trainer for Kids (T4K) made by the Australian ... The splint activator of Soulet-Besombes is a removable appliance for the treatment of dental and jaw anomalies. It is basically ... Some very few practitioners claim that they can successfully treat patients of any age using the splint activator. Societé por ...
*  Splint boots
Brushing boots or splint boots are used to protect a horse's legs during exercise, protecting the lower leg from injury that ...
*  Splint (programming tool)
Splint is used by gpsd as part of an effort to design for zero defects. Splint is free software released under the terms of the ... "Splint project CVS statistics". Retrieved 2012-09-11. Splint (programming tool) on SourceForge.net. ... Splint has the ability to interpret special annotations to the source code, which gives it stronger checking than is possible ... Splint, short for Secure Programming Lint, is a programming tool for statically checking C programs for security ...
*  Sarah Field Splint
... (1883 - 1959) was an American author, editor, domestic science consultant, and feminist. Sarah Field Splint ... Splint was an editor of Woman's Home Companion, Managing Editor of The Woman's Magazine, and a member of the staff of The ... Splint donated to her alma mater's library a collection of the works of Sarah Orne Jewett. She died in 1959. 192?, The Rumford ... Sarah Field Splint, Director 1925, What to serve at parties : menus and recipes for parties of every kind : prepared in ...
*  Splint (laboratory equipment)
A splint is lit and held near the opening of the tube, then the stopper is removed to expose the splint to the gas. If the gas ... The glowing splint test is a test for an oxidising gas, such as oxygen. In this test, a splint is lit, allowed to burn for a ... Burning splints or glowing splints can be used to identify whether a gas is flammable, whether it is oxidising, or whether it ... A splint is a simple piece of equipment used in scientific laboratories. Splints are typically long, thin strips of wood, about ...
*  Mandibular advancement splint
A mandibular splint or mandibular advancement splint (MAS) is a device worn in the mouth that is used to treat orofacial ... The splint treats snoring and sleep apnea by moving the lower jaw forward slightly, which tightens the soft tissue and muscles ... CPAP was thought to be more effective, but randomised control evidence (such as that reviewed in 2013) suggests splints may be ... Mandibular advancement splints are widely used in the United States and are beginning to be used in the UK. According to the ...
*  Ceramic engineering
Biodegradable splints; Reinforcing bones recovering from osteoporosis Implant material Capacitors Integrated circuit packages ...
*  Shin-bang
Shin splints. ...
*  Lancaster Volunteer Ambulance Corps
... various length splints; stairchair; oral glucose; sterile gauze bandages and medical tape; blood pressure cuffs; oral suction ...
*  Sayers, Allport & Potter
"Splints and Splices". The Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser (3860). New South Wales, ...
*  National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research
Sometime splints are referred as orthosis (the device); they are otherwise used for a short period. Some of the pathologies ... Workshop for hand splints. Hydrotherapy. Modern and Sophisticated Rehabilitation equipments. Rehabilitation Park. Early ... Shoulder driven hand and upper arm splints Fracture bracing Expert faculties include: Dr. A. N. Nanda, Jr. Lecturer ( ... ADL Training Advice on Barrier-free Environment Sensory integration therapy Aquatic occupational therapy Small hand Splints ( ...
*  Trismus
Splints have been used. Historically, the term trismus was used to describe the early effects of tetany, also called "lock jaw ... Shulman DH, Shipman B, Willis FB (2008). "Treating trismus with dynamic splinting: A cohort, case series". Adv Ther. 25 (1): 9- ...
*  Mark Hunt
Shin Splints (17 December 2013). "'Bigfoot' Silva fails UFC Fight Night 33 post-fight drug test". bloodyelbow.com. Retrieved 17 ...
*  Goliath (Steve Taylor album)
The album was also released on cassette tape in red, yellow, and "Splint blue".[better source needed] "Only a Ride" - 2:23 " ... It was released by Splint Entertainment on November 18, 2014 and marks his first studio release since 1993's Squint. Steve ... Splint Entertainment. 2014. Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil Press page on Shorefire.com. ... Splint Entertainment) Review - Wondering Sound". Wondering Sound. Retrieved December 28, 2014. Gersztyn, Bob (October 18, 2013 ...
*  Index of oral health and dental articles
Mandibular advancement splint • Mandibular canine • Mandibular central incisor • Mandibular first molar • Mandibular first ... Occlusal splint • Occlusal trauma • Occlusion • Odontoblast • Odontoblast process • Odontode • Odontogenesis • Odontogenic ...