Recent Examples of prosthetic from the Web
With a traditional prosthetic potentially costing thousands of dollars, Haley's mom, Yong Dawson turned to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for help.
Alisha Brennon, a senior in Joliet Junior College's Orthotics and Prosthetics Technology program, recently traveled to Bolivia on a mission trip to help patients in need of prosthetic devices.
Frazer, now 25, is the founder and CEO of Danae Prosthetics, a startup company that allows lower-limb amputees to take part in designing and creating covers for their own prosthetic devices.
Today, their proof-of-concept prosthetic lives outside a patient's head and connects to the brain via wires.
His arms, limp along his seams, appeared prosthetic.
Tronneal Mangum had relentlessly bullied John Pierre, who wore a prosthetic right leg that the older boy would kick, according to the Kamels’ original lawsuit.
This time, the surgery is expected to be more radical, with doctors likely to remove his prosthetic jaw and more in his lower facial region, and rebuild the jaw area with parts of his leg bone.
A year later, my son needed another surgery to insert a prosthetic device that would restore his hearing.
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medical Definition of prosthetic
prostheticallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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