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Synonyms for implant

to fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition

Synonyms for implant

fix or set securely or deeply

become attached to and embedded in the uterus

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put firmly in the mind

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5%) of the 40 patients were younger than 30 years at the time of valve explantation.
Surprisingly, we found that some respondents missed the noise of the machinery after explantation, possibly because they had been accustomed to tangible evidence that a machine was keeping them alive.
We report on three recent complications experienced at our institution: 1) a flap ischemia and partial-thickness necrosis without infection or device exposure, 2) facial nerve stimulation, which was managed with a new programming technique, and 3) a postimplant cholesteatoma in a patient with chronic eustachian tube dysfunction that required reoperation and explantation.
Plastic surgeons usually recommend explantation if the implant has ruptured, even if the silicone is still enclosed within the scar tissue capsule, because the device is no longer working as intended.
Explantation without consent has not been ruled unlawful, so Swiss doctors are advised not to ask the relatives.
Wan also presented a poster entitled "Economic Evaluation of the Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator in Patients after ICD Explantation.
This was complicated by deep infection with Morganella species, which was treated with intravenous antibiotics and explantation.
Analysis of silicone testicular implants after explantation.
In rare cases, the mechanical support can lead to recovery of the heart and subsequent explantation of the system.
The importance of careful patient selection cannot be over emphasised--the management of unhappy patients whose symptoms will only be improved by bilateral IOL explantation (with the possibility of serious risks) and IOL exchange is an unhappy prospect.
Briefly, after explantation of the heart and isolation of the left ventricle, we prepared tissue slices (0.
Although the numbers of those who have sought explantation or refused implantation are hard to quantify, he said he has heard many anecdotal reports.
In total, 41 patients needed explantation, 51 patients required a total of 73 revisions, and 99 patients had a total of 384 adverse events.
The BSC said the programme's "tone and commentary, did not adequately reflect the detailed points and explantation that Thomson had made in writing prior to the show".
Many insurance companies do not cover explantation.