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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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Tachycardia and tachypnea was observed for two days after the experimental surgery in group-A, B and C but no tachycardia was observed in group-D.
One day after the author's birth, her father underwent experimental surgery for the condition, and two days later, his severe mental symptoms began.
The last in this awe-inspiring and yet desperately sad series focuses on experimental surgery, when doctors and parents must leap together into the great unknown in the hope of mending a child for whom all the tried and tested routes have been exhausted.
No one believed transplantation would work and many paediatricians said we were being cruel to the kids, this was just experimental surgery and a waste of money.
He had just received approval to study experimental surgery on diabetics with a relatively lean weight-to-height ratio, or body-mass index (BMI).
She grew up in Birmingham and at the age of 15 she was diagnosed with a brain tumour and underwent experimental surgery which proved a success.
Robert Goetz, Professor of Surgical Research, attracted him to the research laboratory, where Mr Naki anaesthetised animals and helped with experimental surgery.
Penny Johnson, 49, claimed that Mr Le Roux Fourie carried out experimental surgery during a facelift in August 2003 which caused nerve damage to the right side of her face and led to her financial and IT consultancy business going into administration.
Penny Johnson claimed that Mr Le Roux Fourie carried out experimental surgery during a facelift in August 2003 which caused nerve damage to the right side of her face and led to her financial and IT consultancy business going into administration.
He was a pioneer of experimental surgery and showed that oesophagectomy was possible in the dog.
The only hitch in this feelgood film is the unnecessary sub-plot in which Pine undergoes experimental surgery to try to give him limited vision.

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