Prosthesis

An artificial part e.g. artificial hip joint.

Prosthesis

a replacement for a body part. For instance, a foot or leg.
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prosthesis

[n] - corrective consisting of a replacement for a part of the body
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Prosthesis

Fake body part. Can be internal (for example, silicon ball inserted in scrotum to replace testicle) or external (for example, false breast).
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Prosthesis

an artificial replacement for a missing part of the body
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Prosthesis

A specially made replacement for a part of the body which has been removed, such as a breast or a limb.
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Prosthesis

An artificial replacement for part of the body, such as artificial limbs, dentures eyes, breasts, pacemakers and artificial valves placed in the heart
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Prosthesis

An artificial part.
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Prosthesis

Prosthesis: An artificial substitute or replacement of a part of the body such as a tooth, eye, a facial bone, the palate, a hip, a knee or another joint, the leg, an arm, etc. A prosthesis is designed for functional or cosmetic reasons or both. A prosthesis may be removable, as in the case of most prosthetic legs or a prosthetic breast form used a...
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Prosthesis

Pros'the·sis noun [ Latin , from Greek ... an addition, from ... to put to, to add; ... to + ... to put, place.] 1. (Surg.) The addition to the human body of some artificial part, to replace one that is wanting, as a log or an eye; -- called also prothesis . 2. (...
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prosthesis

<orthopaedics, surgery> An artificial substitute for a missing body part, such as an arm or leg, eye or tooth, used for functional or cosmetic reasons or both. ... Origin: Gr. = a putting to ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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prosthesis

prosthetic device noun corrective consisting of a replacement for a part of the body
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prosthesis

(pros-the´sis) pl. prosthe´ses an artificial substitute for a missing part, such as an eye, limb, or tooth, used for functional or cosmetic reasons, or both.
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Prosthesis

• (n.) The prefixing of one or more letters to the beginning of a word, as in beloved. • (n.) The addition to the human body of some artificial part, to replace one that is wanting, as a log or an eye; -- called also prothesis.
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prosthesis

artificial substitute for a missing part of the body. The artificial parts that are most commonly thought of as prostheses are those that replace ... [7 related articles]
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prosthesis

(Gr. 'a putting to') an artificial substitute for a missing body part, such as an arm or leg, eye or tooth, used for functional or cosmetic reasons, or both.
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prosthesis

prosthesis (s), prostheses (pl) 1. An artificial device used to replace a missing body part, such as a limb, tooth, eye, or heart valve. 2. Replacement of a missing body part by an artificial substitute; such as, an artificial extremity. 3. A device to augment performance of a natural function; such as, a hearing aid. 4. In linguistics, the a......
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prosthesis

a device that replaces a missing part of the body
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Prosthesis

Replacement of a missing part by an artificial substitute. An artificial organ or part.
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Prosthesis

An artificial body part replacement
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prosthesis

the artificial implant inserted into the body, e.g. the total hip replacement
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Prosthesis

an artificial body part replacement
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prosthesis

An artificial replacement for body parts that may be missing or defective
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Prosthesis

a replacement for a body part. For instance, a foot or leg.
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Prosthesis

Artificial replacement of any part of the body.
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