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SURGERY, med. jur. That part of the healing art which relates to external diseases; their treatment; and, specially, to the manual operations adopted for their cure.
     2. Every lawyer should have some acquaintance with surgery; his knowledge on this subject will be found useful in cases of homicide and wounds.

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Hamawy recommends that women refrain from making impulse decisions when it comes to having cosmetic surgery, allowing plenty of time to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of any procedure.
Understanding the customer demand for the different elective surgical cosmetic procedures and to focus on the different types of devices such as lasers, ultrasound equipment, implants and dermal fillers available in the global market place and their applications in aesthetic treatments becomes easier with the help of this 2015 cosmetic surgery market report.
Today's teens are far more familiar with cosmetic surgery than any previous generation.
And now, Merrilyn Walton, who ran the inquiry, said that the field of cosmetic surgery was still "cowboy country".
Thanks to celebrities having cosmetic surgery and a drop in costs its popularity has soared in recent years.
If you are thinking about cosmetic surgery, why not attend one of BUPA's free information evenings.
It strikes me that Cosmetic Surgery Live is really an extension of the makeover show.
Some of the popularity of Extreme Makeover and cosmetic surgery must surely come from our growing despair over the war against fat.
North Americans tend to travel to Central and South America for cosmetic surgery and dental work when their economy is strong and their dollars go farther, says the WHO.
Apprehension about cosmetic surgery lessens when people are more educated about surgical and technological advancements," said Susan Downey, M.
For example, if there is a shortage of anesthesia providers in your market for cosmetic surgery, these "suppliers" will have greater bargaining power and force up the price for their services.
Dangl's philosophy toward patient care is also shared by his longtime staff Patient care coordinator Michelle Purdy says, "Privacy, safety and comfort are paramount at the Cosmetic Surgery Center.