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Synonyms for implant

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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With regard to the feasibility of using biodegradable Mg alloys in bone repair surgery, the interlocking of bone implants, such as nails, screws, needles, and plates, into the surrounding bone must be biomechanically tested.
Plasma spray is one of the most widely used deposition methods for calcium phosphate on metallic bone implants due to its rapid deposition rate and low cost [54].
After nacropsy histological, micro CT and histomorphometric evaluation was done which revealed no adverse effect and an extremely favorable bone implant contact.
The rate of the events, its exact course and finish have to be evaluated for a successful bone implant study.
The (http://www.oxfordpm.com/news/article/2011-06-06_oxford_performance_material_purchases_pekk_medical_business_from_arkema) bone implant from OPM isn't made of simple plastic: The company etched small but important surface details into a (http://www.oxfordpm.com/biomedical_parts.html) polyetherketoneketone solution , which is said to help encourage the growth of new cells and bone.
There is the possibility of using a cheek bone implant, but there is a slightly higher risk of the body rejecting this.
SMD specializes in complete spinal implant systems, small bone implant systems as well as custom orthopedic instrumentation.
The disciplinary hearing in London was told private dentist Mr Slabbert, of Wordsworth Drive, Kenilworth, carried out an experimental and unlicensed bone implant and augmentation treatment in August 2000 on Geraldine Verdon, 54.
A HEARING was resuming today into the case of a Coventry dentist who failed to mention to his patient that a bone implant treatment was experimental and unlicensed.
WMG's Dr Kajal Mallick in collaboration with his postgraduate researcher James Meredith is developing the technique, which, they believe could offer substantial clinical benefits to patients undergoing bone implant surgery.
Any bone implant material that needs to remain permanently in-situ should elicit a favorable response throughout its service.
Researchers in China are making titanium bone implants with a 3-D printer; a researcher at Missouri Science and Technology University has made a strong glass scaffolding bone implant with the technology; and other researchers have succeeded in laying down live human cartilage and liver tissue with 3-D printers.
The FEM analysis shows the bone implant response in terms of stress induced in bone and relative displacement of bone and implant.