Definition of reattachment in English:


Pronunciation /ˌrēəˈtaCHmənt/ /ˌriəˈtætʃmənt/


See reattach

‘But this operation was highly risky because it was an amputation, reconstruction and reattachment in one go.’
  • ‘Clinical, radiographic, and second-look arthroscopic examination at 6 months after the initial injury showed a successful reattachment and restoration of stability.’
  • ‘Complete detachment of the tendon, debridement, and reattachment should be avoided.’
  • ‘We soaked the shells of both in acetone prior to their reattachment in order to remove potential chemical cues.’
  • ‘That could hurt, and may cause reattachment issues at a later point.’