Tissue Integrated Prostheses/Proprioception 
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 Tissue Integrated Prostheses/Proprioception

It appears that patients with TIP are able to experience a limited sense
of touch via a prostheses attached to an implant whether intra-orally or
when attached to a limb. Can anyone offer an explanation for this

26.12.96  



Mon, 14 Jun 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 
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