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, 9 – 11 Modern TMJR was introduced in 1986. 9 , 10 The design features and clinical applications of TMJR for humans have been reviewed elsewhere 12 – 14 Briefly, the TMJR prostheses that are used most widely are cementless implants with low

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Neoplasia associated with orthopedic implants is a rare but potentially devastating complication that has been reported in veterinary 1–3 and human 4–6 patients. Metallic hardware and other biomaterials are frequently used in veterinary patients

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, implantation of a catheter in the paramedian area can be an important alternative procedure that will enable urinary diversion and allow inflammation around the obstructing urolith in the urethra to subside. 8,11 This technique can be performed percutaneously

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implanted microchips. The implantation of a microchip can help a lost pet to be reunited with its owner. 3,4 In the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of pets implanted with microchips. Also, advances in medical technology have made

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(Co), and chromium (Cr) are common metal sensitizers. 2 – 4 , 6 – 8 All metals implanted in the human body during orthopedic surgery can release particles that may cause a DTH reaction. 9 – 11 Metal implant DTH is postulated to result from the

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implants (4.7 or 9.4 mg) for SC administration and is commercially available for use in ferrets ( Mustela putorius furo ) in the United States. Although this product cannot be used in an extralabel manner in other species, it is available in other regions

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The product consists of a cylindrical CR implant with an inner silicone matrix containing ivermectin; the lateral surface is covered with a silicone-only outer layer. Investigation of the release profiles of proteins 11 and ivermectin 10 from CR

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projectiles. 1 Surgical retrieval of embedded projectiles is considered traumatic and unnecessary because they are encapsulated and not considered harmful. 2 Conversely, lead pellets implanted into a synovial joint induce substantial arthritis and

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recurrent unexplained syncope but otherwise unremarkable results for cardiac diagnostic tests. 5 An ILR is a small, self-contained monitoring system that can be easily implanted in the subcutaneous tissues close to the heart to provide continuous ECG

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surgical implants and equipment 3 , 4 , 5 and has shown efficacy in inactivating bacteria, 6 including antimicrobial-resistant and biofilm-forming species 7 , 8 ; fungi 4 ; spores 4 ; viruses 9 ; and even cancer cells. 10 Cold plasma produces UV light

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