Mohs micrographic surgery - In effort to remove fewer healthy cells than he would have to during excision, the doctor cuts out the cancerous cells and then examines the bordering ones with a microscope in order to ensure they are all gone.
Surgery: When traditional non-surgical treatments simply don't work (this is often the case on deep birthmarks, such as hemangiomas, also known as strawberry birthmarks), then a surgical excision is usually the next step.
They can be removed by cryotherapy (freezing), laser or electrocauterization (burning), or surgical excision (cutting).
Strong chemicals may be applied as well as surgical excision with or without electrocautery.
Continued growth usually requires surgical excision before it reaches the pupil.
A similar instrument is used in surgery for operations involving the excision of portions of bone.
Has passed through different circles, with excision or revision of older material, and with the incorporation of other material, sometimes of older origin and of independent literary growth.
15, 16 (prohibiting the eating of animals that die a natural death or are torn by beasts) differ formally from the preceding paragraphs, and are to be assigned to P. What remains after the excision of later additions, however, is not entirely uniform, and points to earlier editorial work on the part of the compiler of H.
Apart from these secondary elements, which readily admit of excision, the chapter is in complete accord with P as regards point of view and language, and is therefore to be assigned to that source.
It meant the excision of an alien element which fed like a cancer on the body politic; it meant the recovery, at comparatively little cost, of the command of the principal rivers of Poland, the Vistula and the Niemen; it meant the obtaining of a seaboard with the corollaries of sea-power and world-wide commerce.