amputate

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"The hospital cleaners had thrown the amputated limb in the waste containers.
All her toes were amputated over the next five years.
Jeni, 26, who lives with hubby Christopher and son Jack, four, in Simonside, said: "When we got Imogen the Little Mix tickets we didn't know she was going to be having her foot amputated before the concert.
Initially his leg was saved, but months of excruciating pain prompted the decision to have it amputated and Pick felt rejuvenated.
"Our cat Smudge was shot with an air rifle between 7am-8am on Wednesday which has resulted in her leg needing to be amputated.
His wife Josephine claimed Mr Morgan begged to have it amputated for fear of the infection spreading.
"Re-attachment of amputated body parts with microvascular surgery is routinely done in Khoula Hospital.
Cocker spaniel puppy Bungle had to have his leg amputated after being found injured
"So after careful discussion, we came to the decision that the best course of action for Missy would be to have her leg amputated."
A COMPANY has been fined after a worker had to have his arm amputated when he fell into machinery.
London, April 01 ( ANI ): Russell Brand has revealed that he almost had to have one of his legs amputated when he was hooked on heroin.
THE family of an engineer who has had both his legs amputated said yesterday they could not believe he was asked how far he could walk as part of his application for disability living allowance (DLA).
A MAN accused of stabbing his tenant in the leg leaving him needing it amputated after gangrene set in has been jailed.
THE quake survivor freed by having both legs amputated with a Swiss Army knife feared he would die in the rubble.
A CAT had his leg amputated after thugs blasted him in an airgun attack.