amputate


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Doctors in Karachi previously had to amputate four toes on MuhammadeIUs right foot due to gangrene when he was five.
He said: "I had two options - to amputate my arm or to die in that canyon.
Charly McGahan, veterinary surgeon at Cibyn Veterinary Clinic, Caernarfon, said: "We had to take the decision to amputate the leg because of the serious risk of infection to the open bone.
Surgeons fought for six hours to save Alan Braley's leg but the following day they were forced to amputate.
Doctors may even have to amputate his hand to prevent the spread of infection," he added.
They tell me that my whole body turned black, and they almost decided to amputate my arms, too,'' he said.
Arem had to amputate the finger but fashioned the tendons in a way that the man's middle finger works like an index finger.
She has a bad injury to her leg and it is very likely doctors will have to amputate it.
The injury became infected and doctors warned him they may have to amputate to stop the disease spreading.
The star's publicist John Blanchette said: "They have to amputate part of her leg.
Gravell, capped 23 times and a member of the Scarlets team that beat the All Blacks in 1972, returned to hospital last week after recent surgery to amputate two toes.
He is due to have another operation tomorrow, when surgeons may be forced to amputate below his knee.
Surgeons had to amputate her left leg above the knee and her right leg was removed below the joint.
A pensioner died weeks after an operation to amputate her leg, an inquest was told.
With a blowtorch, rescue personnel eventually freed the injured man and rushed him to a hospital, where physicians had to amputate his left leg and transplant a back muscle into his right leg.