cauterisation


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the act of coagulating blood and destroying tissue with a hot iron or caustic agent or by freezing

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Hysterolaparoscopy has enabled therapeutic procedures like drilling in polycystic ovaries, release of adhesions, excision, aspiration, cauterisation of endometriotic cysts and endometriosis, septal resection, fimbrial cannulation, release of simple tubal mucosal blocks by repeated chromotubation, etc.
1] Three patients diagnosed with migraine pain originating in the dilated terminal branches of the external carotid arteries, and who were also under treatment for grand mal epilepsy, underwent surgical cauterisation of the relevant vessels.
Steroid eye drops usually clear the granuloma, but excision and cauterisation may be needed.
The Intact[TM] Breast Lesion Excision System (BLES) utilises radiofrequency cauterisation to remove the lesion and is reviewed by the authors in this issue of Advances in Breast Cancer.
The unorthodox choice of subject matter is the cauterisation of an industrial past and how this can be reclaimed and reconnected to the present through physical and experiential means.
There were mentioned five methods of Qigong treatment: stone needle acupuncture, use of specially prepared medicines, cauterisation, method of nine needles and 'tao jin an ch'iao' method.
After the secret dancing, the trial by fire, after the procession to ceremonial area and the stone cutting and after the leaf cauterisation, Stephen was now to be told of his new responsibilities as a man.
A: They are both rotten with the latter needing an urgent cauterisation.
To cure this condition, which was often caused by masturbation, Lallemand recommended cauterisation of the urethra with silver nitrate, and circumcision in cases where the problem was the result of an excessively long or sensitive foreskin, and he exerted an enduring influence on British doctors, particularly William Acton.
YNYS M'N Poor for surgical intervention for varicose veins, quinolone prescribing, cost of ulcer healing drugs, rates for dilation and cauterisation in women between 15 and 39; good for mental health,excess alcohol consumption, stillbirthrate, coronary artery heart bypass, and antibacterial prescribing.
There was no general hospital and many Bedouin continued to practise cauterisation as a 'cure-all'.
Warren Greatrex's eight-year-old made all under a positive ride from Gavin Sheehan, repelling all challengers to win by 11 lengths on his first start y g since a soft-palate cauterisation.
The dedicated Gynaecology Day Surgery Unit will offer state-of-the-art surgical suites, fully equipped to perform day case surgeries including laparoscopy, cryocautery, hysteroscopy, colposcopy, tubal ligation, cauterisation, cervical biopsy and perineal repair.
The dedicated Gynecology Day Surgery Unit will offer state-of-the-art surgical suites, fully equipped to perform day case surgeries including laparoscopy, cryocautery, hysteroscopy, colposcopy, tubal ligation, cauterisation, cervical biopsy and perineal repair.