= interbody (in spine)
Interbody Fusion Device (in spine)
Implantable cardial defibrillator also for Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator Impulse control disorder International Classification of Diseases International List of Causes of Death
Insulin-like growth factors
Implantable Loop Recorder The ILR monitors the electrical activity of the heart.
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement and application of force on dental implants, with a fixed or removable restoration
Dental Placement of a dental implant at the time of tooth extraction, into the extraction socket.
To load an (dental) implant right after placing it in the bone.
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement of dental implants in a partially edentulous arch, with a fixed or removable
see: Immediate nonfunctional loading
see: Immediate functional loading
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement of an interim prosthesis with or without occlusal contact with the opposing dentition,
see: Immediate provisionalization
The area of contact between tissues (e. g. bone, connective tissue) and the implant surface
Dental Syn.: Prosthetic table, restorative platform, seating surface. Refers to the coronal aspect of an implant to which abutments, components,
ISQ Measure of implant stability (from 1 to 100, 100 being the highest degree of stability) obtained from resonance frequency
Outside of the living organism or natural system. Usually refers to artificial experimental systems such as cultures or cell-free extras.
Within the living organism or natural system.
The degree of tightness of an implant immediately after placement in the prepared osteotomy. An implant is considered to have
The torque value used to insert a screw-shaped implant into an osteotomy, expressed in Newtons centimeter.
IGF Peptides that behave similarly to insulin and stimulate cell proliferation.
Dental A prosthetic connection interface internal to the dental implant platform, e. g. internal hexagon or Morse taper connection.
Dental A hexagonal connection interface of the platform of a dental implant within its coronal aspect. It prevents rotation of
Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation
International Organization of Standardization ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (ISO member
ISO develops International Standards, such as ISO 9001, but is not involved in their certification, and does not issue certificates. Certificates are
see: Isologous graft.
A transplant between twins.
A tissue graft transplanted from one genetically identical individual to another, as in monozygotic twins. Syn.: Isogeneic graft, isologous graft,
Surface texture of an implant that are randomly distributed, so the surface is identical in all directions.
Implant stability quotient
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