How to use Surgically in a sentence

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  • A diabetic patient with an open wound in his neck as a result of a surgically drained tooth abscess.

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  • If children frequently suffer from ear inflammation caused by enlarged adenoids or tonsils, they may be removed surgically.

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  • Surgical complications, visual acuity at discharge, 6 weeks, and 1 year follow up, and surgically induced astigmatism are reported.

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  • Hippocampal atrophy is usually the most common finding in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy who are surgically treated.

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  • Lesser tuberosity fractures Acute injuries in athletes should be surgically repaired, to restore the subscapularis tendon and anterior capsule preventing shoulder instability.

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  • In this instance it is usually necessary to either drain the cyst or surgically remove it.

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  • The work consists of applying computational fluid dynamics simulations to study the fluid dynamics simulations to study the fluid dynamics of surgically reconstructed fluid domains.

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  • The tumors of the bilateral epididymis were surgically resected and of the right renal tumor enucleated.

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  • In severe cases it may be necessary to surgically excise some of the groups of glands in the armpits.

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  • In the afternoon Leonard and I surgically removed a giant lipoma from a lady's back.

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  • That animals are deliberately poisoned, surgically mutilated, deprived of food and water is bad enough.

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  • All patients had prostate size measured by the weight of the surgically removed prostate.

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  • Indeed surgically creating adhesions between adjacent viscera is an excellent technique to prevent leakage into the abdominal cavity from defects.

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  • Dr. Vijay, in her article, gives information on the management of surgically remediable causes of childhood blindness.

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  • People with hypothyroidism or with thyrotoxicosis treated either surgically or with radioiodine would not be at risk from stable iodine.

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  • Painful spots on the tongue Sore tongue Should I have my daughter 's tongue-tie surgically removed?

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  • It has been known for sixty years that removing part of these ovaries surgically (wedge resection) can restore normal ovarian function.

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  • Between high school and college I had it surgically repaired (called a sagittal split osteotomy) and have not looked back since.

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  • Those who are considering having work done should think long and hard before surgically enhancing their looks.

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  • With careers built on their looks, when entertainers start to show the affects of age it's an easy temptation to try to erase the years surgically.

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  • The IOL procedure surgically implants a new lens to correct the problem.

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  • Laser midline glossectomy involves surgically modifying the size and shape of the soft tissue portions of the tongue's base.

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  • Sleep apnea is a disorder that can be treated surgically.

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  • Continued problems often develop because there are also obstructed ducts within the liver that cannot be surgically treated.

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  • A dietary expert should be consulted to guide in the development of feeding requirements for an infant who has been treated surgically for biliary atresia.

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  • Radiation may be delivered externally or internally via surgically implanted pellets.

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  • Some brain tumors and tumors along the nerves, can be surgically removed or treated with chemotherapeutic drugs or x-ray treatments (radiation therapy).

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  • The only way to prevent torsion is to surgically anchor the testes so that they cannot move.

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  • It appears to be less common than in the past, due to improvements in infant delivery methods and the increased use of cesarean sections (c-sections) to surgically remove the infant through the abdomen.

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  • If it can be done safely, it is better to repair the defect surgically.

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  • Dacron-A synthetic polyester fiber used to surgically repair damaged sections of heart muscle and blood vessel walls.

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  • The jaw must be surgically immobilized by a qualified oral or maxillofacial surgeon or an otolaryngologist.

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  • Otherwise, the hematoma should be surgically removed.

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  • More than 80 percent of patients whose Ewing's sarcoma is confined to a small area and surgically removed live, for at least five years.

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  • If there is bleeding inside the skull, the blood may need to be surgically drained; if a clot has formed, it may need to be removed.

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  • Cellulitis associated with lymphadenitis should not be treated surgically because of the risk of spreading the infection.

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  • This procedure allows a physician to examine and surgically correct associated soft tissue damage while reducing the fracture and, if necessary, applying internal or external devices.

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  • Rarely, if a bruise is so large that the body cannot completely absorb it or if the site becomes infected, it may have to be surgically removed.

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  • They may need to be removed surgically, using local anesthesia.

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  • The doctor may also decide to surgically drain the sty by lancing it.

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  • However, babies who survive the surgery appear to be 33 to 50 percent less likely to have hydrocephalus, a condition that requires surgically implanted tubes or shunts to remove fluid from the ventricles (cavities of the brain).

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  • Rarely, when there is a complete blockage of the renal vein in infants, the kidney must be surgically removed.

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  • Ladd's procedure is used to surgically correct malrotation.

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  • The malrotation, stenosis, or membranous bands are corrected surgically so that the duodenum has a normal opening and connects properly to the stomach and jejunum.

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  • Tissues that have died in this way must be surgically removed.

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  • In most cases, the incarcerated hernias are corrected manually rather than surgically by pushing the incarcerated bowel back up into the abdominal cavity.

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  • If the obstruction is caused by tumors, polyps, or scar tissue, they will be surgically removed.

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  • Recurrence is likely in as many as 80 percent of those in whom volvulus is treated medically rather than surgically.

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  • Electrodes are surgically implanted into the cochlea through a hole drilled in the mastoid bone.

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  • A tooth that no longer has enough remaining structure to retain a crown may have to be extracted (surgically removed).

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  • Kidney problems may also be corrected surgically, but there still may be a tendency for high blood pressure and infections.

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  • For a person with DM, sleep apnea may be treated surgically to maintain an open airway.

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  • If diagnosed early in childhood, the prognosis for children who have had a surgically repaired inguinal hernia is excellent.

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  • A magnet holds the transmitter in place through its attraction to the receiver-stimulator, a part of the device that is surgically attached beneath the skin in the skull.

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  • Because the device must be surgically implanted, it carries some surgical risk.

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  • In this case, a gastrostomy (stomach tube) may be surgically placed directly into the stomach for feeding.

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  • In some cases, the birthmark can be surgically excised, or removed.

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  • Hirschsprung's disease is treated surgically.

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  • If overcrowding is creating malocclusion, one or more teeth may be extracted (surgically removed), giving the others room to move.

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  • An intrathecal baclofen delivery system, surgically placed by a neurosurgeon, continuously releases prescribed amounts of baclofen in small doses directly into the spinal fluid via a small catheter and pump.

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  • It may also be necessary to surgically remove any infected and dying tissue.

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  • Adrenalectomy is followed by hormone therapy, but in lower doses than CAH patients not treated surgically receive.

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  • Infants with life-threatening heart defects are treated surgically.

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  • Whether or not hair loss is treated surgically or through the use of hair replacement products, it is pertinent that the sufferer treat the entire condition, both mentally and physically.

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  • A dental implant starts with a small titanium screw-like rod surgically placed into your jaw bone.

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  • Experimental treatments also took place including exposing patient's lungs to ultraviolet light, surgically implanting balloons and removing ribs and chest muscles.

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  • Piercing with a gun stud instead of a piercing needle adds pressure and trauma to the piercing site; this can cause heavy scarring and keloids which are scars that can only be removed surgically.

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  • If you've had a breast surgically removed and want to save some money on your post-surgical lingerie, wholesale mastectomy bras may be for you.

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  • Mastectomy bras, also known as post-mastectomy bras, are used by women who have had one or both breasts surgically removed because they either have breast cancer or are at a very high risk of developing it.

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  • Zach has also suffered complications from his dwarfism, and has had a shunt surgically inserted into his skull due to excess fluid.

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  • Perhaps best remembered in the first season for the ridiculously lavish birthday party she threw for her four year old daughter, Taylor is affectionately dubbed "Fish Lips" as a result of her allegedly surgically enhanced lips.

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  • The Nostradomo crew get him back to the freighter, where the creature is surgically removed and Kane appears to be recovering.

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  • Of course, they are forced to give up the brain, which is surgically returned to Spock, and the women are faced with the prospect of having to re-merge their lives with those of the other gender on the surface.

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  • Fat can also be surgically transplanted to fill out the skin.

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