(prep.) In the space which separates; betwixt; as, New York is between Boston and Philadelphia.
(prep.) Used in expressing motion from one body or place to another; from one to another of two.
(prep.) Belonging in common to two; shared by both.
(prep.) Belonging to, or participated in by, two, and involving reciprocal action or affecting their mutual relation; as, opposition between science and religion.
(prep.) With relation to two, as involved in an act or attribute of which another is the agent or subject; as, to judge between or to choose between courses; to distinguish between you and me; to mediate between nations.
(prep.) In intermediate relation to, in respect to time, quantity, or degree; as, between nine and ten o'clock.
(n.) Intermediate time or space; interval.
(v. t.) To interpose; to insert or place between.
(1) The animals could be nourished sufficiently via the interponate with pasty food.
(2) The mechanical results of the ventral fusion without using interponates are being experimentally reproduced and evaluated.
(3) Histological and histoautoradiographical examinations were carried out and the wall-thickness and the cell-transformation rate in the interponate determined.
(4) Therapeutic strategies include postoperative ventilation, deflation of the interponate and a special dietary plan.
(5) After 1 year a transformation of connective tissue of the interponate was not observed.
(6) In the recipient of the right part of the liver the right hepatic artery of the graft was anastomosed with the recipient's common hepatic artery using a saphenous interponate.
(7) In this modification, an interponate for bridging the cerebral vessels and the main stem of the donor artery is used and because of its optional length the region affected by the insufficient blood circulation can be directly supplied.
(8) By comparing both methods, the method using interponates showed better results.
(9) We suggest right side thoracotomy with the resection of the fourth rib, thereby facilitating preparation of a pedicled flap which should be interponated between trachea and esophagus after the closure of the esophagus defect by sutures has been performed.
(10) The biological characteristic of the healing of this interponate was described.
(11) The distinct reduction of cell regeneration in the regeneration in the interponated jejunum could be attributed to the considerable regression of the absorbent performance and to the increase in its mechanical exercises.
(12) Therefore, the discectomy with fusion using interponates should be preferred.
(13) Despite the isoperistaltic substitute-stomach a muscular wall-hypertrophy of 140% of the interponated jejunum was found.
(14) Operative reduction of the interponates were performed with an uneventful postoperative course.