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gut

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Synonyms for eviscerate

surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

remove the contents of

remove the entrails of

take away a vital or essential part of

having been disembowelled

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Black studies lodges its creative, radical, and potentially world-transforming projects from within the material and historical condition of evisceration, and it is in this maneuvering that it marks its concerns with everything else that is--or could be--in the world.
His current thinking examines how the genocidal logics of social liquidation, cultural extermination, physiological evisceration, and racist terror become normalized features of everyday life, particularly in the "post-civil rights" and "post-racial" moments.
evisceration, enucleation, birds of prey, ocular trauma, avian, eastern screech owl, Megascops asio, great horned owl, Bubo virginianus, barred owl, Strix varia, red-tailed hawk, Buteo jamaicensis, bald eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus
Evisceration has been suggested as an alternative to enucleation in birds (5,7,13-16) but has not been described for multiple cases or with long-term follow-up data in birds of prey.
Evisceration was elected because the eye was nonvisual and on the assumption that the eye could be a source of pain or future complications.
In this report, we describe an evisceration technique in birds of prey that eliminates the drawbacks and risks of enucleation.
The evisceration procedure described here better maintains the symmetry of the facial disc in owls than enucleation (see Fig 2).
This report describes an evisceration technique that has been performed in 5 captive birds of prey that represent 4 species and 14 free-living owls that represent 3 species.
Unilateral evisceration of an eye following cornea and lens perforation in a sulfur-crested cockatoo (Caeatua galerita).
The incidence of evisceration was 0% for robotic hysterectomy, 11.
None of these risk factors correlated with dehiscence or evisceration (P = 0.
Major Finding: One case of evisceration and 4 cases of dehiscence occurred with the intracorporeal continuous suture vs.