How to Pronounce intramedullary?

Correct pronunciation for the word "intramedullary" is [ˈɪntɹəmˌɛdələɹi], [ˈɪntɹəmˌɛdələɹi], [ˈɪ_n_t_ɹ_ə_m_ˌɛ_d_ə_l_ə_ɹ_i].

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"Intramedullary" in context

Intramedullary is a term used to refer to a procedure in which a surgeon implants a rod directly into the center of a long bone. The procedure is most commonly performed during a surgical procedure to repair a fractured bone or to help secure a fracture site in place during the healing process. The rod is normally made from a medical-grade titanium and can be fitted with various attachments to secure it in place. It helps to stabilize the fracture site and aids in the healing process. The rod can be left in the bone permanently, or removed after the injury has healed.

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