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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An inmate at a state correctional facility brought an action against prison medical professionals who performed emergency reattachment of his finger, alleging they provided him with inadequate and delayed medical care.
Her team used low-dose doxycycline, which both fostered reattachment of the gums around the base of the teeth and slowed the erosion of adjacent bone.
(In the reattachment of severed body parts, for example, Hirudo medicinalis often saves the day by preventing renewed blood flow from overwhelming the reattached appendage.) But maggots?
After reattachment, the unit performed as before with no performance change noted.
Touted as the next generation in ophthalmic surgical equipment, the modular system addresses the needs of several eye surgery specialties, including cataract removal, retinal reattachment, glaucoma, and cornea repair.
At branch points, the flow is unsteady and there are flow reattachment areas near the bifurcation.
Also, the party must bring about a reattachment of party loyalties so as to alter established patterns of electoral contestation.
Such logical illogic does indeed create a turbulent "oscillation" in the reader, especially one looking for the final reattachment of linear realist narrative.
After a preposterously successful radical facial peel and reattachment I could not watch, Travolta goes underground.
Since the first edition was published in the early 1980s, two new chapters have been added, Cell Biology Associated with Orthodontic Tooth Movement and Reattachment and Regeneration of the Periodontal Ligament.
The surgery involved removal of the left hand from the mangled arm, leaving ample length of nerves and tendons for reattachment. To gain stabilization of the wrist, the scaphoid and lunate bones in the wrist were fused to the radius, one of the bones of the forearm.
When this occurs, surgical reattachment of the levator muscle is required to correct the drooping eyelid.