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implant something in(to) someone or something

to embed something into someone or something. The surgeon implanted a pacemaker into Fred. They implanted the device in Fred's chest.
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Parker's experience isn't entirely unusual--studies find that about one in three women receiving an implant for reconstruction, regardless of the type of implant used, required another operation within five years.
The implant uses 16 to 24 multichannel electrodes to replace the missing hair cells, House said.
What are the pros of creating an Implant Boutique Practice?
Investment casting allows designers to integrate many features into components (such as screw holes) that otherwise would have to be machined, This then follows that implant designers have freedom with investment casting to produce a variety of shapes and sizes to fit unique human bone structures.
An alternative breast implant can only be made available through an IDE clinical study.
The most riveting presentation of the day was on breast implants.
The experience with and the debate over the silicone gel breast implant underscores the fact that precious little can be assumed with even the seemingly most simple device.
to resume sales of silicone implants, which were banned in 1992 over concerns that they contributed to painful and serious medical disorders.
Even when oral antibiotics work and the implant can remain in place, this treatment is a far-from-perfect solution, says Bryers.
The implant is placed in a manner similar to the one described above.
10] The conclusion was that there was no increased risk of defined connective tissue diseases among the implant recipients.
That's what one silicone breast implant recipient told the Boston Herald following the decision of Dow Corning to file for bankruptcy.
Founded in 1993, the company makes its money by manufacturing and distributing the Clarion cochlear implant to treat deafness.