= interbody (in spine)
Interbody Fusion Device (in spine)
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 in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition, at the same clinical visit. Syn.: Immediate occlusal loading
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement of dental implants in a partially edentulous arch, with a fixed or removable restoration not in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition, at the same clinical visit.
An implanted insulin pump is a pump which remains inside the body at all times. An implanted insulin pump is able to deliver insulin into the peritoneal cavity which has a rich supply of blood vessels and can therefore absorb insulin very efficiently. Users of implanted insulin pumps have reported an improved sense of well …
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.
Intraocular Lens IOL for upcoming cataract surgery have three choices. Traditional IOL This type of lens offers clear vision at one distance only. It is also known as a standard monofocal lens. Toric IOL This IOL corrects astigmatism, or an irregularly shaped cornea. Trifocal, Multifocal and Accommodating IOLs These IOLs assist with near, far …
Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation
International Organization of Standardization ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical committee has been established has the right to be …
A transplant between twins.
Surface texture of an implant that are randomly distributed, so the surface is identical in all directions.