Recent Examples of prosthetic from the Web
By way of Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital and eventually Walter Reed Hospital, where he was fitted with prosthetic legs.
Alternatively, they were told, Taylor's lower leg could be surgically removed in a way that would allow their daughter to use a prosthetic device to walk, run and jump.
There has been great progress in creating prosthetic limbs that provide sensory feedback and respond directly to the mind.
One walked across the room with a prosthetic leg strapped to her right knee, testing how the responsive machinery anticipated her gait.
These prosthetic devices — made of advanced metal alloy and plastic — cover both the major shin bone and the ankle bone and are engineered to interact with each other and the patient’s body in a way that maximizes mobility and flexibility.
Earlier this year, the group outfitted four children in Georgia with prosthetic devices.
Weight fluctuations caused by Tarver’s diabetes limit his use of the prosthetic device, the attorney said.
Brown said Tarver, now incarcerated at Augusta State Medical Prison, has a prosthetic leg but mostly gets around using a wheelchair.
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medical Definition of prosthetic
prostheticallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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