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en bloc

(un[h] blok),
In a lump; as a whole; used to refer to autopsy techniques in which visceral organs are removed in large blocks allowing the prosector to retain a continuity in organ architecture during the subsequent dissection.
[Fr., in a lump]

en bloc

[enblok′, äNblôk′]
Etymology: Fr, in a block
all together, or as a whole.

en bloc

(on[h] blok)
In a lump; as a whole; referring to a surgical or autopsy procedure in which organs or tissues are removed from the body in continuity, without prior dissection.
[Fr., in a lump]

en bloc

(ĕn blŏk) [Fr., as a whole]
As a whole or as en masse; used to refer to surgical excision.
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She underwent an exploratory laparotomy; adhesiolysis; and en bloc resection of the mass involving the liver, diaphragm, and lung.
23 (ANI): In the wake of many PPP leaders being enlisted as National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) beneficiaries, cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has demanded the Pakistan Government resign en bloc and hold mid-term elections.
AB InBev had offered a group of eleven of its Eastern European breweries for sale en bloc.
Multifocality can usually be resected within the same segment but multicentricity often requires either an extremely wide en bloc resection or, in effect what amounts to, multiple lumpectomies.
Tokyo ("K" Line; TSE: 9107) is proud to announce that an en bloc deal of ten consecutive voyage charter (CVC) contracts, duration of which are for ten-year each, was concluded and signed with JSW Steel Limited and JSW Energy Limited, Mumbai-based companies both belong to O.
In view of the location of the tumor, the patient opted for tumor debulking followed by radiation rather than en bloc resection.
On the other hand, I am inclined to think that for this topic the en bloc method has its merits.
The bank is planning to lend the money en bloc, which would be earmarked for main construction works, with all contracts being awarded following international negotiations.
Finally, Freud, who, unlike Hume, didn't have to be coy about his atheism, consigned religion en bloc to the category of naive, self-interested thinking in The Future of an Illusion (1927).
Only 2 complications were seen in the 20 patients treated with vagalsparing esophagectomy, compared with 11 complications in the 23 patients treated with en bloc esophagectomy and 13 complications in the 31 patients who had a transhiatal esophagectomy (THE), a procedure developed at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
When we move, we move en bloc so you may not like the place but at least you have all your friends around you.
Transplantation of single rather than en bloc pediatric donor kidneys yields comparable results and has the additional benefit of expanding the donor pool.