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Synonyms for resect

surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ

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Un patient age de 70 ans a eu une resection transuretrale d'une tumeur volumineuse du dome vesical.
R]] Surgical Theatre iMRI brings increased tumor resection and limits patient risks
Open liver resections are usually performed via an inverted chevron bilateral subcostal incision.
5 Wendell and Haberer were the first surgeons to undertake anatomical resections along this line, today known as the Rex-Cantlie Line, in the beginning of the 20th century.
Functional results and quality of life after shoulder girdle resections in musculoskeletal tumors.
In January 2005 the laboratory also started receiving colorectal cancer resections from another hospital in the region.
Major Finding: In all, 90% of 122 attempted fibroid resections in an outpatient setting were successful.
To determine the outcomes of carotid resection during on-cologic surgery, we conducted an institutional review board-approved retrospective chart review of patients who were treated between the years of 1995 and 2010.
The efficacy of FOLFOX has been demonstrated in large single-center series [6,39-41] and today both FOLFIRI and FOLFOX are considered to be effective in facilitating hepatic resections in single-arm studies in selected patients [9,42,43].
That is why she and her colleagues decided to study long-term experience with endoscopic mucosal resection at their institution.
We are concerned with the extrapolation of the data to suggest that epidural anaesthesia is contraindicated in major liver resection.
Resection of a significant portion of the soft palate is often required during radical excision of large oropharyngeal tumors.
CHICAGO -- An increasingly popular technique for removing lesions associated with Barrett's esophagus has been deemed a safe and effective treatment option in a study of more than 1,000 resections published this month in the European journal Endoscopy.
23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ethicon Endo-Surgery (EES), a leading provider of advanced surgical solutions for minimally-invasive and open procedures, announced today the results of a study suggesting that video-assisted thorascopic surgery (VATS) wedge resections are associated with significantly shorter operative times, shorter lengths of stay and lower hospital costs than open wedge resections for lung cancer indications.
In cases in which endometriosis has infiltrated the rectal wall, scraping techniques often result in unidentified bowel perforation, which leads to operations that are much more difficult to perform than planned elective resections.