composite flap com·pos·ite flap (kəm-pŏz’ĭt)
A skin flap incorporating underlying muscle, bone, or cartilage. Also called compound flap.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a function obtained from two given functions, where the range of one function is contained in the domain of the second function, by assigning to an element in the domain of the first function that element in the range of the second function whose inverse image is the image of the element.
- Composite graft
composite graft n. A graft composed of multiple structures, such as skin and cartilage.
- Composite materials
composite materials [(kuhm-poz-it)] Materials, generally strong and lightweight, in which fibers of more than one sort of material are bonded together chemically. These types of materials were developed in the laboratory and derive their strength from the combination of materials rather than from the interlocking of a uniform set of atoms.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a number that is a multiple of at least two numbers other than itself and 1. noun 1. a positive integer that can be factorized into two or more other positive integers Compare prime number composite number (kəm-pŏz’ĭt) An integer that can be divided by at least one other integer besides itself […]