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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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This study is done to compare surgically induced astigmatism between chevron and frown incisions.
Metso and her coinvestigators to take a close look at surgically treated patients.
Larger randomized controlled trials are needed to further evaluate whether testosterone will increase the libido in surgically postmenopausal women not taking estrogens.
The bladder injury was repaired surgically, and urine specimens showed A.
Frey said that probably the best study to date addressing mental decline in patients with uncontrolled epilepsy involved 147 adults with a mean age in their early 30s at baseline with surgically and 102 with medically managed temporal lobe epilepsy evaluated longitudinally at the University of Bonn (Germany).
A "mule," a person or animal that ingests or has drugs surgically implanted, carries up to two kilograms.
PHILADELPHIA -- Surgically menopausal women under the age of 50 deserve special attention with regard to sexual desire disorder, results of a new study suggest.
Readers will ponder until the end whether Olivia or the corpse in the suitcase is Marcus' granddaughter and who the one is that is not as both have the genetic trademark though Olivia's residual thumb was surgically removed once the dominant digit was affirmed.
In the first 20 pages the author explains in some detail how he surgically reattached a severed hand: this is a real attention getter.
Twenty five years later, science-fiction-fantasy is reality every day as artificial hearts and lungs are joining surgically implanted hip, knee and shoulder prostheses to augment nature's work and fix our broken bodies.
Inspired by the Hieronymous Bosch painting, Removal of the Stone of Folly, it's the story of a doctor in a decidedly dank medieval hospital who is in the process of, er, surgically removing a stone from the skull of an unfortunate patient.