Abbreviation of 'unicompartmental knee replacement'.
The cord-like structure connecting the infant to the placenta within the mother's womb.
Primitive cells within the blood of the infant's umbilical cord that are capable of differentiating into many different cells.
Same as 'unicompartmental knee replacement'.
Unilateral means 'on one side only'.
A unispacer is a small metallic wedge which is sometimes used in knee surgery to correct the deformity of a meniscectomy (removal of the meniscus) and relieve the consequent imbalance of forces after meniscectomy.