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Synonyms for surgery


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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There is no association between quality of life domains and perceived importance of keeping the breast in women with conservative surgery (Table 1).
The researchers found that the majority of women experienced little to no long-term disruption to sexuality and body image following conservative surgery to treat their cancer.
Hypofractionated radiotherapy after conservative surgery for breast cancer: analysis of acute and late toxicity.
Comparison of a levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device versus expectant management after conservative surgery for symptomatic endometriosis: a pilot study.
2004), in a retrospective study on 7,800 patients, found that delaying the initiation of radiotherapy for 20-26 weeks after the surgery is associated with a decreased survival after breast conservative surgery.
Group A comprised of 22 patients treated with Gn-RHa injections alone, and Group B comprised of 18 patients who underwent conservative surgery followed by Gn-RHa injections.
The current trend in the treatment of ectopic pregnancies is through conservative surgery and monitoring of [beta]-hCG titers to avoid missing a choriocarcinoma developing in an ectopic gestation, even though this is a very rare condition (12).
Women who have undergone this relatively conservative surgery and who return to work and regular activities relatively quickly are at increased risk of developing a dehiscence in which the fallopian tube herniates through the separation, extends into the vagina, becomes irritated, and bleeds.
Conservative surgery in patients with multifocal/multicentric breast cancer
The cost is a higher incidence of hypoparathyroidism, vocal fold paralysis, and other significant complications than with more conservative surgery.
Many women with early-stage breast cancer are candidates for breast preservation therapy, which combines conservative surgery with external beam radiation therapy.
Conservative surgery may be done with a laparoscope or if necessary, through an abdominal incision.
Second nonbreast malignancies after conservative surgery and radiation therapy for early-stage breast cancer.
Most women are offered the chance of conservative surgery or mastectomy.
The surgeon offered the patient no alternatives despite the fact that there were, in fact, alternatives including radiation and a more conservative surgery, which would have left the patient's voice box intact.
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