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med·i·cal treat·ment

treatment of disease by hygienic and pharmacologic remedies, as distinguished from invasive surgical procedures.
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med·i·cal treat·ment

(medi-kăl trētmĕnt)
Treatment of disease by hygienic and pharmacologic remedies rather than invasive surgical procedures.
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It requests the apex court to modify the March 26 verdict and allow Nawaz to travel abroad for medical treatment.
You want Nawaz to be granted bail for his medical treatment. We can issue orders for his medical treatment in any hospital across Pakistan."
The PML-N leader further stated that the medical treatment Nawaz requires cannot be provided in jail.
While died body was handed over to hires injured man was referred to Karachi for further medical treatment. Owing to the frequent incidents of Traffic accidents, many people have lost their lives.
"In particular, 109.7 billion liras from the total 140.6 billion liras allocated for medical treatment, were spent in the public hospitals," TUIK said in a statement.
It is said that a lot of Cambodians go abroad for medical treatment. One man, who wishes to talk anonymously, said he had treatment in Thailand because he didn't trust Cambodian doctors.
New Delhi [India], Oct 19 ( ANI ): Bollywood veteran Rishi Kapoor, who recently flew to the United States with wife Neetu Kapoor to seek medical treatment, was all smiles after meeting old friend Javed Akhtar.
Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor says he was taking a "short leave from work" to go to the US for medical treatment because of the "wear and tear" caused due to working in Bollywood for over four decades.
But health experts said the sharp rise could reflect growing numbers British patients going abroad for medical operations amid lengthening waits and creeping 60,000 visited the medical treatment operation rationing.
But health experts said the sharp rise could reflect growing numbers of British patients going abroad for medical operations amid lengthening waits and creeping 60,000 visited the medical treatment operation rationing.
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