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Evoking a looming creature out of a David Cronenberg flick, the da Vinci Surgical System stands in as mechanical Frankenstein and prosthetic appendage to the maternal figure who operates it but is never actually seen.
Come for the dance moves; stay for the crazy prosthetic leg wound.
Months after the amputation, Hailey got her first prosthetic leg, which required a five- or six-month acclimation period.
Gone are her days of twerking in mouse buns, crystalized semi-nude bodysuits, and prosthetic breasts, and in their place a much more tame, folksy Miley has emerged.
The family will return to Chicago this week for a checkup and another surgery will be scheduled later this year before Moore is fitted for prosthetic legs.
On June 9, doctors Glenn Gaston and Bryan Loeffler of OrthoCarolina Hand performed a procedure called a targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR) on Tiffany, which will allow her brain to control the actions of her prosthetic appendage.
In this reality game show, prosthetic makeup artists compete against each other to create designs to transform actors into exotic characters for science-fiction, fantasy and horror films and television.
Middle school science teacher Kathleen Ruiz advised and guided the school's four MESA teams: the two-seventh grade teams, as well as a sixth-grade wood bridge building team and an eighth-grade prosthetic arm team.
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