Moore method


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Moore meth·od

(mūr),
treatment of aneurysm by the introduction of silver or zinc wire into the sac to induce fibrin deposition.

Moore meth·od

(mūr meth'ŏd)
Treatment of aneurysm by the introduction of silver or zinc wire into the sac to induce fibrin deposition.

Moore,

Charles H., English surgeon, 1821-1870.
Moore method - treatment of aneurysm.
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