|surgery for nearsightedness||radial keratotomy|
|(Medicine) perform surgery with a small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone, remove a circle of bone or tissue, small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone (Medicine), surgical instrument||trephine|
|(Medicine, Surgery) of or concerning neurosurgery (surgery on the nervous system)||neurosurgical|
|(Slang) pre-university studies; intensive course; preparatory lessons, attend private secondary school, get ready, prepare (for a test, etc.), homework, preparatory school, prepare for something, prepare somebody for surgery, prepare something for pain...||prep|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|according to orthopedics (branch of surgery dealing with diseases, deformities and injuries of the bones and joints)||orthopedically|
|act of operating; working, performance, handling; venture, undertaking; series of actions, procedure (e.g. mathematical operations); campaign, series of activities to achieve a goal (e.g. military operations); surgery, business deal, controlling of som...||operation|
|act of scrubbing, area of low vegetation, cancel something, clean by rubbing, cleanse for surgery, clothing worn while performing surgery, mongrel, offensive term, player not on first string, remote place, remove dirt by rubbing, remove impurities from...||scrub|
|act of turning aside, act of diverting; bypass, device used to divert an electrical current (Electricity); railroad switch; channel created to divert bodily fluids away from a particular part of the body (Surgery), bypass for bodily fluid, change track...||shunt|
|act, function; manage, use, activate; perform surgery, do something or function as something, engage in illegal activities, exert an effect, manage or be managed, perform military maneuvers, trade in the financial market||operate|
|activation (of a device), relating to or used in surgery (e.g. tools, table, etc.); acting, functioning; managing, using, activating||operating|
|after surgery, pertaining to the period following a surgical operation (Surgery)||postoperative|
|anesthetic drug used during surgery, barbiturate drug||thiopental|
|Bachelor of Surgery||Ch.B.|
|bachelor of surgerydegree in surgery; graduate with a degree in surgery, Citizens Band, Citizens Bandrange of radio frequencies set aside for two-way radio communication by citizens and businesses (in the USA); radio receiver/transmitter used to commun...||CB|
|become embedded, bury, establish habits or notions, firmly establish, plant; graft, insert (Medicine), something which has been used to replace part of the body (Medicine), something inserted during surgery||implant|
|bone surgery, reconstruction of bones; plastic bone surgery||osteoplasty|
|brain surgery designed to treat mental illnesses||psychosurgery|
|branch of medicine, branch of surgery dealing with deformities and diseases of the bones and joints, orthopaedics||orthopedics|
|by means of surgery||surgically|
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