repositioning


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re·po·si·tion·ing

(rē'pō-zish'ŭn-ing),
1. To place in another position, as during an operation.
2. Synonym(s): reduction (1)

repositioning

Laparoscopic surgery The changing of a Pt's position during a procedure to improve access or visualization of the operative field, which may be linked to complications, as it changes anatomic planes of operation. See Laparoscopic surgery.

re·duc·tion

(rĕ-dŭk'shŭn)
1. The restoration, by surgical or manipulative procedures, of a part to its normal anatomic relation.
Synonym(s): repositioning.
2. chemistry A reaction involving a gain of one or more electrons by a substance.
3. Surgical procedure to reduce size.
[L. reductio, fr. re-duco, pp. ductus, to lead back]
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