[im-plan-tuh-buh l, -plahn-]
capable of being implanted.
pertaining to a device, as a micropump or porous polymer membrane, for surgical insertion under the skin for the controlled release of a drug.
Surgery. a material, foreign to the body, that can be implanted without undue risk of rejection.
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Origin of implantable
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