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Synonyms for ablative

the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb

relating to the ablative case

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tending to ablate

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Furthermore, ICD-9 procedure codes consistent with nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy and ablative therapy were specified for comparison (Table 1).
In this case the opposition between the three local cases, the lative (LOC+), locative (LOC=) and ablative (LOC-), is maintained, as in the case of the two other local case sets, the interior (s-set) and exterior (l-set) ones.
The department requires a licensed physician to examine a patient scheduled for an ablative or non-ablative procedure to determine the best course of treatment.
SAN DIEGO -- Oncologists increasingly have begun to perform hematopoietic stem cell transplants in older patients with acute myelogenous leukemia and myelodysplastic syndromes without ablating the bone marrow first, hoping to achieve a graft-versus leukemia effect while sparing these patients ablative therapy.
What's less clear is whether ablative therapies will ever offer any meaningful advantages over standard surgical excision.
The study included 19 patients with Stage II-IV (12 of whom had Stage II/IIIa) breast cancer who have undergone ablative chemotherapy to treat their cancer.
The first three generations were ablative WORM products, while the fourth is based on phase change technology.
The heat was burning away the ablative coating and melting huge holes in the skin of the lower tail fin.
Contract awarded for 617-2015 sps-465 ablative dose treatment of iodine 131 (i-131) of 100 mci (millicuries)
com)-- A Higher Quality Alternative for Fractional Ablative Resurfacing
There has been increasing interest in surveillance and ablative techniques for small renal masses, given the increasing number being diagnosed at smaller sizes.
The material is organized into five chapters covering vascular lasers; laser hair removal; pigmented lesions, tattoos, and disorders of hypopigmentation; ablative lasers and devices; and non- ablative photorejuvenation and skin remodeling.
The ablative and reconstructive procedure operative times varied, with the ablative procedures taking less operative time than the reconstructive procedures.
The restoration or preservation of sensation in the oral cavity following ablative surgery.