英 [prɒs'θiːsɪs; 'prɒsθɪ,sɪs]
- prosthesis (n.)
- 1550s, "addition of a letter or syllable to a word," from Late Latin, from Greek prosthesis "addition," from prostithenai "add to," from pros "to" + tithenai "to put, place" (see theme). Meaning "artificial body part" is first recorded c. 1900, from earlier use to describe the medical art of making artificial limbs (1706), on notion of "that which is added to" the injured body.
- 1. The woman whose leg had been amputated could get a prosthesis and learn to walk on it.
- 2. Title: Dental Treatment in the Near Future: Prosthesis or Regeneration?
- 题目: 牙科治疗的发展趋势: 修复抑或再生?
- 3. Objective To discuss recent research development about optimization of prosthesis materials.
- 4. Results: Follow - up post - prosthesis were mean 11 months, no implant lost.
- 结果: 所有病例修复后平均追踪11个月, 未见种植体脱落.
- 5. Objective To discuss the failure causes of castingremovable denture with casting prosthesis.
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