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In Asia Pacific (including Japan, Australia & South Korea) as well as China, aging population and demand for superior dental aesthetics will drive the dental prosthetics market over the 2011–2018
Amputation disrupts not only the peripheral nervous system but also central structures of the brain.
The development of body-powered prosthetic hands has stagnated for over twenty years.
A prosthetic leg lost by a former college football player some five years ago is scheduled to be returned to its owner Monday after it was found by a fisherman in the Gulf of Mexico late last week.
UCSF’s Multidisciplinary Training Program Helps Amputees Reach Their Athletic Goals
People walking normally, women tottering in high heels and ostriches strutting all exert the same forces on the ground despite very differently-shaped feet.
A tiny prototype robot that functions like a living creature is being developed which one day could be safely used to pinpoint diseases within the human body.
Ultra thin patches that can detect medical problems are now replacing the grueling test procedures in doctor's offices.