chirurgical


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chi·rur·gi·cal

(kī-rer'ji-kăl),
Obsolete term for surgical.
[L. surgical, fr. chirurgia, surgery, fr. G. cheirourgia, handicraft, fr. cheir, hand + ergon, work]
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Skilful men, of the medical and chirurgical profession, were of rare occurrence in the colony.
En Afrique de l'Est et en Afrique australe, dix millions d'hommes ont accepte la circoncision, un geste chirurgical qui reduit de 60 % le risque de contracter l'infection a VIH.
Abordant les dernieres operations pour adultes, le professeur Grollier a explique que [beaucoup moins que] la cardiologie interventionnelle, qui permet d'eviter eventuellement l'acte chirurgical, est moins onereuse que la chirurgie cardio-vasculaire.
Les larges penetrations obligent un abord chirurgical par chirurgie ouverte sus-pubienne ou laparoscopique, de preference d'abord transperitoneal.
The president who has just resumed his activities after a chirurgical operation on his right knee, said next year general election will be held as scheduled without delay.
Traitement chirurgical de l 'arthrite seche de la hanche: Suivi de travaux de la Clinique de L Faculte de Lyon.
Si le traitement chirurgical de la fistule a fait des progres, les experiences emotionnelles, psychologiques, sociales et economiques a long terme des femmes apres l'intervention reparatrice ont recu moins d'attention.
In an address to the medical and chirurgical faculty of Maryland, Osler echoed these sentiments, declaring "that it is the sign of a dry age when the great men of the past are held in light esteem" (29).
21) Horner considered Morgagni's work confusing because of the writing style and the topographic division of diseases into head, thorax, belly, chirurgical, and universal.
Nouvelle technique de traitment chirurgical des luxations recidivantes isolees de l'extremite inferieur due cubitus.