anaesthetically

anaesthetically

(ˌænɪsˈθɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
by means of an anaesthetic
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He added: "There's no border between Camden and Westminster but when I was Mayor of London we anaesthetically and invisibly took hundreds of millions of pounds from the accounts of people travelling between those two boroughs without any need for border checks.
Like the city dweller's deadpan mien, does abstraction arise organically from the matrix of urban modernity, as a pictorial reaction-formation, or--to propose an alternative diagnosis--is the attenuation of sensation itself the malady, treatable not in kind, anaesthetically, but with an intensified campaign of perception: a "painting of modern life" reformatted to the accelerated tempo of urbanization?
Understanding the concerns of obese patients, both anaesthetically and surgically, has helped me to improve and plan my practice both for acute and elective surgery.
Reasons that would account for theatre overrun include cases turning out to be more complex than initially thought, both anaesthetically and surgically.