surgical removal

surgical removal

The removal of tissue by scalpel or other cutting instrument.
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According to him, appendicitis often occurs in people between the ages of 10 and 30, adding that the standard treatment for appendicitis is surgical removal of the appendix.
Release date- 30072019 - Adjuvant radiotherapy administered after surgical removal of the prostate prolongs disease-free time as measured by PSA, a Finnish study shows.
The TRAVERS trial will enroll a total of 138 patients who suffer from acute vertigo following surgical removal of a vestibular schwannoma, a tumor growing behind the inner ear.
the surgical requirement is the surgical exposure of impacted and ectopically positioned teeth and the surgical removal of impacted and supernumerary teeth in children of 15-18 years of age.
Radical neck dissection, which involves the surgical removal of a cancerous mass in the neck or metastasis costs Sh76,500 when paid in cash.
In another group of patients and controls, researchers plotted blood sugars of nearly 600 patients with pancreatic cancer just prior to surgical removal of cancer.
Hypothalamic obesity is a rare disease which often is caused by the surgical removal of a brain tumour.
Surgical removal of impacted third molar is the most common surgical procedure performed by Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons.
The tumor is most commonly treated by surgical removal it, followed by radiation.
Due to worsening cough and concern for malignancy, the patient and our surgical team planned for surgical removal of the mass.
Surgical removal of injured dulaa has been described in few cases (Ramadan, 1994 and Gahlot et al, 1988).