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When she went to consult a doctor, she was advised to undergo gender reassignment surgery, the petitioner said.
The suspects told police that they decided to undergo the 'cut' to avoid discrimination and intimidation from 'cut' community members.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], December 4 (ANI): The woman constable, who had filed a plea in the Bombay High Court seeking permission to undergo sex reassignment surgery, on Monday underwent a medical test at Sir JJ Hospital in Mumbai.
Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte on Friday said he accepted the challenge of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV for them 'to undergo a comprehensive drug test.
Surveys of women suggest that a desire to minimize breast asymmetry and improve overall appearance through increasingly available and expanding reconstructive techniques may influence a decision to undergo CPM.
The data presented by Wright and colleagues on the prevalence of underlying cancer in women who undergo myomectomy is disturbing and thought-provoking.
Patients who undergo a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) procedure are at moderate risk for calcium and vitamin D deficiency.
Moreover, there was no difference in operating time or surgical morbidity in a case-control study involving 133 women who underwent hysterectomy with ovarian preservation and salpingectomy and in 433 controls who did not undergo salpingectomy.
Summary: Saudi King Abdullah, who underwent surgery last year for back-related problems, will undergo an operation in the coming days, Saudi Arabia's state news agency reported Tuesday.
Gagne isn't coming back this year, and he might never be back in a Dodger uniform again after learning he has to undergo season-ending back surgery to repair a herniated disk.
Azzariya added pilots who underwent the surgery will be permitted to continue flying, but will be compelled to undergo periodical examinations to monitor the situation.
Of 126 patients available for long-term follow-up after surgery for primary colonic disease, 46% of those with distal colonic involvement who did not initially undergo total proctocolectomy (TPC) ultimately needed permanent fecal diversion.