extirpation


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extirpation

 [ek″ster-pa´shun]
complete removal or eradication of an organ or tissue.

ex·tir·pa·tion

(eks'tĭr-pā'shŭn),
Partial or complete removal of an organ or diseased tissue.
[L. extirpo, to root out, fr. stirps, a stalk, root]

extirpation

(ĕk′stər-pā′shən)
n.
The surgical removal of an organ, a part of an organ, or a diseased tissue.

ex′tir·pate′ v.

extirpation

[ek′stərpā′shən]
Etymology: L, extirpare, to root out
the total removal of a diseased organ or body part.

extirpation

An older term for excision.

ex·tir·pa·tion

(eks'tĭr-pā'shŭn)
Complete removal of an organ or diseased tissue.
[L. extirpo, to root out, fr. stirps, a stalk, root]

extirpation

complete removal or eradication of an organ or tissue.
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For permanent teeth, the method should be considered interim; after the roots have formed, treatment by pulp extirpation should be initiated.
The remaining four families were associated with Plains Topminnow extirpation (Table 2).
This is a highly pertinent priority controversy, because reports of Franz's priority in combining animal training and brain extirpation are often mentioned in the context of Franz's method replacing Flourens's "observation method.
The primary anesthetic efficacy parameter in this study was the subjective evaluation of pain during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation.
On the other hand, because per capita extirpation (E) and imigration rates (I) are ratios, their time series were modelled as sequences of Gaussian variables described by two parameters (means and variances).
Several lines of evidence suggest that river damming and channelization play a secondary role in the extirpation of P.
Under conditions of high resource stress and competition, the subsistence return from pigs on small islands is economically unsustainable, leading to the attrition and extirpation of pigs despite the high cultural value of suids.
In the West, we can now expect a strong temptation among governments and private enterprise to declare the Libyan experiment a failure, and to respond by disengaging, retreating or focusing only on the extirpation of radical elements.
In Microseris, allopolyploidization is hypothesized to have occurred prior to dispersal from North America, followed by extirpation of the allotetraploid and one parent in North America and subsequent diversification of the allotetraploid in Australia and New Zealand (Vijverberg et al.
El autor se refiere a este aspecto punitivo en el subtitulo del libro (idiscipline), mientras que a lo largo de todo el texto habla tambien de emdication y, con mas frecuencia, extirpation de las devociones autoctonas.
Extirpation of the tumor was performed via a longitudinal access incision through the epineurium and careful separation of the nerve and tumor (Figure 3).