ectomy

ectomy

/ec·to·my/ (ek´tah-me) [Gr.] resection.
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A fearless surgeon with a penchant for cardiology, he had conducted 'every ectomy and otomy in the book', and regularly did hernia repairs, hysterectomies and total hip replacements, while his clinical brag list included three full-term extrauterine deliveries (incidence 1 in 30 000).
The tubes in this patient were recanalised spontaneously and there was no evidence of previous partial salping ectomy.
On April 23, 2014, I had a successful thyroid lobectomy and isthmoid ectomy under the expertise of my doctors in Iloilo City.
Key Words: Urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, radical prostat ectomy, treatment side effects, men's health.
Safety and efficacy of total thyroid- ectomy for differentiated thyroid carcinoma: a 20-year review.
Errors at hospitals across the country have been revealed including the word malignant confused with non-malign (the first a cancerous growth, the latter a benign one); septic confused with aseptic (the first meaning infected, the second clean) and - ectomy with - octomy (the former requiring removal, the latter meaning an incision).
Half the patients had carotid endarter- ectomy and the other half had no intervention.
Quadrant ectomy was done, and pathologic examination showed chronic inflammation, intra- and periductal fibroadenoma, diffuse sclerosis bilaterally, and a TB lesion in the right breast.
09 -- YES INCISION HYMEN WITH OF SEPTUM LONGITUDANAL AND HYMEN SEPTUM ECTOMY
But errors at other hospitals across the country have been revealed including the word malignant confused with non-malign (the first a cancerous growth, the latter a benign one)' septic confused with aseptic (the first meaning infected, the second clean) and - ectomy with - octomy (the former requiring removal, the latter meaning an incision).