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Synonyms for resect

surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

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So, it was concluded that the glioma resections using ISM are associated with fewer late severe neurologic deficits and more extensive resection, and they involve eloquent locations more frequently.
15] Patients may undergo repeated liver resections for recurrent CRCLM with similar survival figures to patients who only have one liver resection and no recurrence.
sup][4],[5] Our previous study [sup][6] showed simultaneous resection of CRCLM to be a safe and effective treatment, compared with staged resections.
Bladder rupture, although rare, should be kept in mind by those who perform transurethral resections in daily practice.
Although this was the retrospective study, some patients underwent sublobar resections because of comorbidity and old age in early period of this study.
The incidence is higher after central hepatectomy, right anterior sectoral resection, left trisegmentectomy and caudate lobe resections.
This entry in the Master Techniques series provides detailed instructions for performing thoracic surgery procedures, addressing both open pulmonary resections and minimally invasive pulmonary resections.
28 Splenectomy and distal pancreatectomy for removal of parasplenic and parapancreatic lymph nodes are not recommended in D2 resections.
In the recent years several studies reported results from the performance of radical operations called liberal visceral en bloc resections with an envelope of normal tissue around the tumor (Strauss and Hayes, 2010).
Nous rapportons un cas d'explosion intravesicale au decours d'une resection transuretrale d'une tumeur de la vessie.
Most liver resections proceed in a systematic and orderly fashion and are divided into several distinct stages:
Laparotomy has been the preferred procedure for resection despite significant morbidity, but minimally invasive surgery is becoming increasingly feasible with its attendant limited complications and morbidity.
Limb-sparing resections of malignant tumours in the scapula were long considered high-risk procedures because of the proximity to the neurovascular bundle, the extent of bone and soft tissue resection, and the substantial risk of local tumour recurrence (2).
Histopathology reports on cancer resections are fundamental for providing adequate postoperative patient care and data for the long-term evaluation of patient treatment.