inoperable


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Antonyms for inoperable

not able to perform its normal function

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not suitable for surgery

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Our study shows that lung SBRT can be used to safely treat localized node-negative inoperable NSCLC tumors larger than 5 cm, with low rates of recurrence at the primary tumor site and with minimal side effects," said Gregory M.
CIRSE is pleased to have developed the CIRT registry, which we believe will help the doctors who administer SIR-Spheres therapy to gain added insight about those patients with inoperable liver tumours who are most likely to benefit from this treatment," stated Professor Jose Ignacio Bilbao, speaking on behalf of CIRSE as Chairman of the CIRT Steering Committee.
Riociguat is the first drug therapy that has shown clinical efficacy in the treatment of inoperable CTEPH patients, or patients with persistent or recurrent CTEPH after surgery.
In the CHEST-1 study, patients were 1880 years old with inoperable disease or persistent or recurrent pulmonary hypertension after pulmonary endarterectomy.
Everybody was justifiably thinking it might be my last - the tumour is wrapped around an artery and inoperable.
1, 1997, based on the FTB's argument that CRTC [section]24410 was wholly inoperable.
27) Bruckner et al reported the complete regression of an inoperable malignant schwannoma of the posterior neck after combined-modality treatment with radio- and chemotherapy (vinblastine plus doxorubicin).
Twenty-six patients with recurrent inoperable glioblastoma multiforme have been treated in the trial sponsored by Direct Therapeutics.
According to the court, the presence of some inoperable sinks, toilets and showers in the jails did not rise to the level of a violation of pretrial detainees' due process rights.
Faced with the news that her cancer was inoperable, she chose not to accept the prognosis, scouring the country instead for better information and newer surgical techniques.
home health line received the top prize in the Best Breaking News category for a story by associate editor Jennie Apter revealing that many home care information systems would be inoperable as a result of imminent changes in Medicare billing rules.
One might have begun to suspect that it was really we, the viewers, who were the conductors, faced by an inoperable and unmanageable stringed instrument.
Available for licensing now, it ensures that mission-critical databases can continue to function regardless of any number of disk drives becoming inoperable.
The mother of a Down's syndrome child yesterday told the High Court of her devastation on being told her baby's heart defect was inoperable and he may live only ten years.
org entitled, "Treating inoperable heart disease via TMR (Transmyocardial Revascularization) and autologous stem cells".