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Synonyms for surgery

operation

Synonyms for surgery

a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations

a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments

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Age also affects the interval between breast conservative surgery and radiotherapy.
Dawson tell the patient about a more conservative surgery that might avoid a complete removal of his voice box.
Conservative surgery for epidermoid cyst of the testis: A case report and recent literature review.
An international team of researchers sought to determine if the natural antioxidants in wine would provide a radioprotective effect in preventing acute skin toxicity in patients undergoing radiation therapy after conservative surgery for breast carcinoma.
Over the past 2 decades, the surgical management of inverted papillomas has evolved from extensive radical excision to more conservative surgery.
In one cohort study, long-term exposure to oral contraceptives after conservative surgery for ovarian endometriosis was associated with a major reduction in the risk of endometrioma recurrence, with a gradient effect observed with regard to duration of treatment (Am.
Late cosmetic outcome after conservative surgery and radiotherapy: analysis of causes of cosmetic failure.
In those patients treated with conservative surgery (eg, expectantly, responding to complications, whether diagnosis was early or late), survival was only 57%.
Five-year survival among patients undergoing mastectomy or conservative surgery has been shown to be similar (52%-86% and 81%-85%, respectively).
Conservative surgery, including ureteroscopy and laser ablation, has shown a similar 5-year disease-specific survival rate compared to nephroureterectomy,[sup.
Radiotherapy was mandatory after conservative surgery and recommended for patients with tumors > 5 cm; tamoxifen was given for 5 years to all patients with endocrine responsive tumors.
Extension notwithstanding, only conservative surgery with clear margins is indicated for both chondrosarcoma and chondroma.
If the patient fails conservative surgery and the apnea is still severe, more aggressive surgery, including jaw repositioning and tongue reduction, may be considered.
Most of these tumors can be effectively treated with conservative surgery.
By using a combined tri-modality punch (radiation + chemotherapy + hyperthermia, provided by BSD Medical), the biweekly medical series, "The Consulting Hour," explained last Monday evening how previously inoperable cancer can often be shrunk, brought into control and then removed through conservative surgery.
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