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Synonyms for surgery


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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Preoperative risk factors in recurrent endometrioma after primary conservative surgery. Obstet Gynecol Sci 2016;59:286-94.
Pisters et al., "Epithelioid sarcoma: results of conservative surgery and radiotherapy," International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, vol.
As demonstrated in the present case, conservative surgery should be performed when a diagnosis is uncertain, especially for patients who wish to become pregnant.
Surgery is the mainstay of treatment with conservative surgery and organ preservation considered for early cases.
For example, conservative surgery can be considered in cases of low-grade tumors.
Early diagnosis can lead to a dramatic reduction in the size of tumor, better prognostic features, more conservative surgery and improvement of survival [22-24].
The other study was the first-ever head-to-head randomized comparison of antibiotics versus conservative surgery.
Laparoscopic conservative surgery is the management of choice for bilateral tubal pregnancies.
(9) More recently, a histopatological review on 102 surgical margins confirmed that few millimeters of healthy margins are enough to achieve excellent oncological results after conservative surgery for penile cancer.
50% of patients with conservative surgery gave the same answer (Figure 1).
About 79% of women had less than five children, the average family size in the Sultanate of Oman, and that goes with the fact that conservative surgery was necessary in three fourths of the women approximately.
18 ( ANI ): A team of researchers have found that most women who undergo conservative surgery for vulvar cancer experience little to no long-term disruption to sexuality and body image.
Therefore, we think that patients with large LHCs can be treated safely by conservative surgery. A further consideration is that liver hydatid disease mainly occurs in developing countries with modest hospital equipment and limited resources.
Approximately 85% of local recurrences appear in tissue adjacent to the primary tumor after conservative surgery within 5 years of follow-up.
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