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Synonyms for disarticulate

separate at the joints

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The degree of disarticulation and evidence of violent injuries led to the idea of violent conflict.
Disarticulation of a left and right shoulder was interpreted from two bones found in two separate contexts.
Because treatment without disarticulation or amputation can provide these excellent long-term cure rates in nail apparatus melanoma in situ, it should be the first-line treatment whenever possible," said Dr.
In sections on surgical management, shoulder girdle and upper extremities, spine and pelvis, and lower extremities, they consider such topics as cryosurgical ablation of bone tumors, total scapular resections with endoprosthetic reconstruction, hip disarticulation and creating an above-knee amputation stump after hip disarticulation, using free vascularlized fibular grafts for reconstructing segmental bone defects, and the surgical management of metastatic bone disease: femoral lesions.
Arytenoid cartilage dislocation is defined as the disarticulation of the arytenoid cartilage from the cricoid cartilage.
Wide resection of the tumor was accompanied by disarticulation of the carpometacarpal (CMC) joint, osteotomy of the proximal second metacarpal bone, disarticulation of the second metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint, resection of the tendons and neurovascular bundles of the thumb and index finger, and resection of both the first dorsal interosseous and lumbrical muscles.
PLP was also more common in lower limb amputees with a knee disarticulation and motor vehicle accident as the etiology of amputation.
Disarticulation, encrustation, bioerosion, fragmentation and abrasion are the recorded taphonomic processes in the intertidal gastropod and bivalve shells from the northern Red Sea coast, Egypt.
Despite structural deficiency, network disarticulation is the mostly mentioned barrier, been related to lack of dialogue/communication between services.
The objective of this article is to identify the factors that can lead to disarticulation among the participants in the LPA formed by small clothing manufacturers in the city of Tobias Barreto, Sergipe.
Edward is a hip disarticulation amputee, meaning that he does not have an intact hip socket on his left side.
Cases were limited to transtibial, transfemoral, and hip disarticulation (surgical ICD-9-CM procedure codes: 84.
A 31-year-old male had undergone left knee disarticulation surgery on the same day of his admission to the emergency department because of a motor vehicle accident-related crush injury on his left lower extremity.
prior to disarticulation and prior to anything having been done that would have caused the fetal demise up to that point.