"Is there a UV-curable adhesive that when cured conforms to USP Class VI and passes ISO 10993 requirements for permanent implant?"
Unfortunately, not that I am aware of. Technically, most light-curable adhesives are acrylated urethanes or epoxy-based systems, and would not survive permanent implantation. There are other hybrid light-curable technologies, but as far as I know none have been released technically for long-term implantation. In addition, the legal liability is too high for most applications. Perhaps something from the dental cement industry might be a suitable option.