reattachment


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reattachment

(ˌriːəˈtætʃmənt)
n
the act or process of reattaching something, or something that has been reattached
Translations

re·at·tach·ment

n. acción de volver a unir, re-unión; acción de repegar;
___ of amputated fingersre-unión de dedos amputados.
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Prior to this, partial limb reattachments have been performed at KNH, but never a successful full reattachment of a completely severed limb.
In September 2011, Peyton Kelso, a 22-month-old toddler, sustained an upper lip avulsion and surgical reattachment from a bite sustained from her grandparents pit bull.
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A woman who lost her arm in a freak Metro accident had a successful reattachment surgery earlier this week.
advocated for partial patellectomy by excision of loose fragments and reattachment of patellar tendon with transosseus sutures in comminuted lower pole fractures.
Arthroscopy is not used for repair or reattachment of the MCL because that is outside the joint; that surgery is performed through a small incision on the inside of the knee.
The presence of flow subsequent reattachment and separation because of a sudden contraction or expansion passages of the flow, such as forward-facing steps and backward-facing, playing the main role in the design of most engineering applications where cooling or heating is taken into consideration.
The surgical procedure requires the temporary removal of the vitreous humor, the clear gel in the eye, prior to reattachment of the retina to the back of the eye.
This is introduced aiming at avoiding the mean streamline back-bending at the reattachment point; this anomalous behavior is related to the Reynolds stress model group in general.
A 61-year-old Syrian patient regained vision in her right eye after surgeons in RAK hospital, UAE, conducted a complicated retinal reattachment surgery in the last week of March, a senior surgeon from the hospital said.
The medical evidence is that reattachment options are limited because of the nature of the injury.