extirpate

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Synonyms for extirpate

Synonyms for extirpate

Synonyms for extirpate

destroy completely, as if down to the roots

pull up by or as if by the roots

surgically remove (an organ)

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The TDAP flap, on the other hand, requires intraoperative position changes and separate extirpative and reconstructive stages, which is a disadvantage.
Extirpative surgical management was the main treatment modality to reduce mortality in patients with renal TB prior to the discovery of anti-tuberculous medications.
The average operating time, including the extirpative procedure, was 385 minutes.
A single surgeon performed the extirpative portion and one of two fellowship-trained reconstructive surgeons performed the urinary diversion extracorporally.
Synchronous upper and lower urinary tract tumours requiring extirpative surgery are not uncommon.
The extirpative portion of the procedure, including the radical cystectomy and an extended pelvic lymph node dissection, is performed robotically.
We looked at the trend in ablative procedures as compared to extirpative procedures by state (Fig.
Morbidities include urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction; these quality of life issues can curtail the patient's decision to choose extirpative surgery as primary treatment and thus delay definitive therapy.
The main advantage of ablative techniques would be to offer treatment to patients who are otherwise not candidates for invasive extirpative techniques.
6] reported a reduction in SM+ rate associated with a modification of the surgical extirpative procedure.