enucleation


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  • noun

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surgical removal of something without cutting into it

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Analysis of early morbidity and functional outcome of thulium: yttrium-aluminum-garnet laser enucleation for benign prostate enlargement: Patient age and prostate size determine adverse surgical outcome.
Different enucleation techniques have been reported for the avian eye.
In summary, the main advantage of intravitreal chemotherapy would be not to replace the standard treatment care for group C and D eyes, but to reduce the exposure to systemic chemotherapy as well as the indications for enucleation and/or EBRT.
Data including age at the time of enucleation, sex, laterality, and clinical staging of the eye were collected from the laboratory record forms.
A randomised trial comparing holmium laser enucleation versus transurethral resection in the treatment of prostates larger than 40 grams: results at 2 years.
Through the same hole created in the ZP during enucleation, a cell was then placed in contact with the cytoplasm of each oocyte to form a couplet.
Treatment: This included surgical intervention for the removal of the affected tooth, enucleation of the cyst and primary closure of the surgical area.
Blindness was classified as a visual acuity of <20/1,000 or bilateral enucleation.
They discuss genetic and genomic studies, physiology, isolation and enucleation, multiphoton laser scanning microscopy, DNA replication, nucleocytoplasmic transport, expression, in vitro study, microtransplantation, RNA virus replication, and fertilization, among other topics.
A 55-year-old male patient was referred to our center after enucleation of the left eye because of an orbital mass.
Although this result may serve to indicate that exposure to the maternal environment leads to the induction of apoptosis in fetal NRBCs, it fails to take into account several recent reports suggesting that the terminal differentiation of erythroid cells uses apoptotic mechanisms to facilitate enucleation (9,10).
In a few months, Justus will undergo an enucleation - the removal of his eyes and suturing shut of his eyelids - then he will be up for adoption.
After an enucleation, the patient brought suit against the hospital and treating physicians.
9%) were re-operated: 1 patient developed urethral strictures after 13 months and the other patient needed holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (HoLEP) for progression of adenoma after 9 years follow-up.
She has since had enucleation of the right eye and a prosthetic eye has been fitted.