In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In tests, four amputees were able to program their artificial arms with sets of muscle signals for executing complex feats such as opening the door of a microwave oven.
- Both were amputees and therefore wear artificial limbs.
- One third of amputees lose the opposite foot in 5 years.
- As the number of amputees grew, so did improvements to artificial limbs.
- My question is, I'm wondering if you support stem-cell research in hopes that they may produce new limbs for amputees.
- That's how stroke victims learn to talk and walk again, and how amputees learn to use their remaining arm as well as they once used the lost one.
- In the past few years he has turned his attention to achieving similar results for upper and lower limb amputees and has generated similar controversy.
- They create artificial limbs and calipers for amputees and polio victims, enabling them to live full, normal lives.
- At this time of year, I get a sensation comparable to that experienced by an amputee who remains attached to a long-departed limb.
- When amputation is necessary, rehabilitation of the amputee is an important adjunct to management.
- Most amputees continue to feel sensations after losing a limb.
- For example, your pain could be similar to the phantom pain some amputees feel in their amputated limbs.
- I know all too well how vital a well-made and comfortable artificial limb is to an amputee.
- He blackmails a doctor to perform a drastic surgery, leaving him a true amputee.
- Having said this, though, would the brain perceive a ‘phantom body’, analogous to the phantom limbs that amputees feel?
- Some members of the population, such as amputees, will never be able to use certain recognition systems, leading to possible social exclusion.
- Thus the functional disadvantage is less for child amputees.
- He believes the technique could be developed within a decade to restore movement to a tetraplegic's hand or feeling to a prosthetic leg used by an amputee.
- It is this concrete fact, this reality, which gives the parachuting artificial limbs, the madly scurrying amputees, its terrifying metaphoric power.
- I'm learning a whole new vocabulary, a secret lexicon known only to amputees and prosthetists.
persona a la que se le ha amputado un miembro
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