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Synonyms for surgery

operation

Synonyms for surgery

a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations

a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments

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If a person doesn't have adequate information and education about these surgeries and what is required of them to modify their behavior in order to have a successful outcome for the long term, the results may not be what they expect them to be.
He says he plans to complete the rest of the surgeries but doesn't know how he'll pay for them.
1 -- color) Texas reliever Doug Brocail shows the scar on his right elbow from the two Tommy John surgeries he underwent from 2001 to 2003.
Repeated surgeries to improve the appearance of the breasts and/or to remove (explant) ruptured or deflated protheses may result in a dissatisfactory cosmetic outcome.
An increasing number of Americans are requesting their hip replacements, open heart surgeries and spinal repairs be transfusion-free.
In 1992, over 26,000 surgeries were performed at SSCI's owned and managed facilities.
The Consumer Guide to Plastic Surgery also offers in-depth information on candidacy, expectations, techniques, risks and cost for all cosmetic plastic surgeries.
Satisfied with the track record of the USC/Doheny center, which does 300 to 400 of the surgeries per month, Williams chose Dr.
Surgeries done with PiGalileo(TM) are still performed by a surgeon, with navigation and mechanized technologies aiding the surgeon in instrument positioning.
Surgeries done with PiGalileo(TM) are still performed by a surgeon, with navigation and robotic technologies aiding the surgeon in instrument positioning.