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Synonyms for resect

surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

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The group said that by focusing on full postcodes, people living in the same city but in different areas would receive differing rates to reSect their individual circumstances.
The new approach integrates several advancements in neurosurgery, allowing doctors to resect tumors that were often previously deemed inoperable due to factors such as location within the brain and tumor size.
With peri-operative support from cardiology and internal medicine, the patient had two procedures, 6 months apart, to resect both masses, which weighed 84 lb and 65 lb, respectively.
Rock prefers an open abdominal approach, which allows him to safely resect the disease by mobilizing the rectovaginal space and the perirectal spaces.
Bronchoalveolar lung carcinoma spreads along the alveoli and bronchiolar surfaces, making it nearly impossible to resect.
This modification permitted us to resect all anterior and most posterior mediastinal goiters, even those that contained cancer (but without extracapsular extension) without the need for sternotomy.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Smith & Nephew Endoscopy, the Massachusetts-based global leader in arthroscopic shaver systems, announces the launch of DYONICS(R) Power, a high-performance shaver system that will enable surgeons performing arthroscopic procedures such as Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction, to more effectively resect soft-tissue and bone.
For example, Polonovski et al designed a suction test that involved placing an aspiration cannula into the laryngeal inlet to assess the amount of supraglottic collapse and to ascertain how much and which tissue to resect.
In order to reduce the risk of TUR Syndrome, most hospitals have adopted a strict surgical protocol limiting the TURP procedure time, which may make it difficult for physicians to completely resect abnormal prostate tissue in a single procedure.
This "extended" lateral approach allows surgeons to resect very large tumors of the skull base through a single incision.
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