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Synonyms for resect

surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

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The "resect and discard" approach calls for simply discarding diminutive lesions rather than performing pathology exams on them.
"In theory, the 'resect and discard' strategy could affect the efficacy of colonoscopy screening," they wrote.
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.
Multiple metastastic nodules were present in all the specimens of resected liver with free margins of resection.
B: Resected specimen of S8 showed similar characteristics to the needle biopsy specimen of the prostate (hematoxylin and eosin [H&E], x100).
It becomes really difficult to resect things safely,' Traverso says.
A pathological evaluation of the resected tumor did not yield any malignant findings, and histopathological studies confirmed the findings of the preoperative biopsy; thus, the tumor was diagnosed as an ameloblastoma.
If excessive tissue presents leaflet irregular with bulging deformations, a limited resection based on 'resect with respect' principle should be carried out, to obtain regular and smooth leaflet.
Six weeks after the initial surgery, definitive open surgery was performed to take down the jejunostomy and resect the affected JID segment.
(1) This requires that surgeons thoroughly evaluate the peritoneal cavity and retroperitoneum, and be able to completely resect all sites of disease.
"We tested these stem cells in a clinically relevant mouse model of brain cancer, where you resect the tumors and then implant the stem cells encapsulated in a gel into the resection cavity," Shah said.
"We tested these stem cells in a clinically relevant mouse model of brain cancer, where you resect die tumors and then implant the stem cells encapsulated in a gel into the resection cavity," Shah said.
The PK[TM] Technology platform allows surgeons to perform a variety of procedures with a broad range of devices that cut, coagulate and seal to minimize blood loss and shorten procedure times PK Technology provide unique, pulsed, low-voltage RF energy to resect rapidly at low temperatures, virtually eliminating tissue charring.
Because 80% of patients with hepatoblastomas, including large tumors, have a good response to chemotherapy, the researchers recommended preoperative chemotherapy for tumors that are large or difficult to resect followed by evaluation and immediate transplantation as first surgery.
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