plasty

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Surgery A procedure in which the shape of a tissue is altered or enhanced. See Abdominoplasty, Canalplasty, Mammoplasty, Rhinoplasty, Vaginoplasty.
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Tenders are invited for Tubo Plasty Instrument (Gyne)
Y llynedd, cafodd camerau Heno gipolwg y tu ol i ddrysau Plasty Glynllifon sydd ar hyn o bryd yn cael ei adnewyddu.
sup][5],[6],[7],[8],[9] In 1985, Dor introduced an original surgical technique, endoventricular circular patch plasty repair (the Dor procedure), to improve geometric reconstruction with respect to standard linear repair in LV aneurysm.
2013) showed that lateral plasty had no effect on the return to sport rate, while Zaffagnini et al.
Roedd o'n rhan o wledd i ddathlu ail-agor plasty yn Ynys Sardinia yn yr Eidal - plasty a oedd wedi'i godi gan Gymro - ac, er mai bwyd y werin oedd o, hwnnw, i fi, oedd seren y sioe.
2] A Z plasty can be used to prevent circumferential scar formation.
This structure was excised totally and sac was closed, Lichtenstein's mesh plasty done.
To be precise, a 'head muscle flap microvascular facial plasty,' he recited the words from a message on his phone.
Traditional treatments including lipo- suction, breast enhancement, abdominal surgery, cosmetic gynecology and rhino- plasty are among the most popular, he says.
The former refers to formal syste- matic rehabilitation treatment; the latter includes the traditional extensor apparatus, improved quadriceps plasty, and arthroscopic lysis.
He said that this would help provide timely angio plasty and bypass treatment to the patients.
Native pericardial patch plasty was done with interrupted suture technique at annular area, subvalvular on right ventricular side and continous suture technique at common atrial level and cleft repair with interrupted suture technique of the left atriovenricular valve.