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Skeletal prosthesis

Introduction: Skeletal prosthesis

Description of Skeletal prosthesis

Skeletal prosthesis: artificial substitute, constructed of either synthetic or biological material, which is used to partially or totally replace or repair injured or diseased muscles, cartilage, connective tissue, etc; for bones use BONE PROSTHESIS.
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