infraposition

infraposition

(ˌɪnfrəpəˈzɪʃən)
n
a placing or placement of something beneath
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In those patients who had undergone this procedure during the pubertal growth spurt, no infraposition of the bone segment was seen during monitorization following the procedure.
In case 2, two and a half years after the initial trauma and 2 years after the first sign of ankylosis, we decided to perform decoronation before the following growth spurt because of the moderate infraposition of 1.1 and also to prevent the bone defect from becoming more apparent.
Malmgren, "Rate of infraposition of reimplanted ankylosed incisors related to age and growth in children and adolescents," Dental Traumatology, vol.