keyhole surgery

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keyhole surgery

n
(Surgery) surgery carried out through a very small incision
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Translations
kikkertoperation
laparoszkópos sebészetminimál invazív sebészet
chirurgický zákrok s minimálnym rezom
delik ameliyatı

keyhole surgery

nminimal invasive Chirurgie, Schlüssellochchirurgie f
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keyhole surgery

nchirurgia mininvasiva
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key

(kiː) noun
1. an instrument or tool by which something (eg a lock or a nut) is turned. Have you the key for this door?
2. in musical instruments, one of the small parts pressed to sound the notes. piano keys.
3. in a typewriter, calculator etc, one of the parts which one presses to cause a letter etc to be printed, displayed etc.
4. the scale in which a piece of music is set. What key are you singing in?; the key of F.
5. something that explains a mystery or gives an answer to a mystery, a code etc. the key to the whole problem.
6. in a map etc, a table explaining the symbols etc used in it.
adjective
most important. key industries; He is a key man in the firm.
ˈkeyboard noun
1. the keys in a piano, typewriter etc arranged along or on a flat board. The pianist sat down at the keyboard and began to play; A computer keyboard looks like that of a typewriter; (also adjective) harpsichords and other early keyboard instruments.
2. any keyboard (musical) instrument.
ˈkeyhole noun
the hole in which a key of a door etc is placed. The child looked through the keyhole to see if his teacher was still with his parents.
keyhole surgery noun
surgery done through a very small cut in the body.
ˈkeynote noun
1. the chief note in a musical key.
2. the chief point or theme (of a lecture etc).
keyed up
excited; tense.
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This was the pivotal statement in the special awareness talk by Dr Amaravani Medithe, specialist - General and Laparoscopic Surgery, Abeer Hospital, Ruwi at a session on Breast Cancer Awareness and Self-Examination held at the hospital last week.
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Dr.Mohammad Hanif ,Vice President of Society of Surgeons in his address briefed the participants about the use of electronic equipment in laparoscopic surgery.
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* PATIENT'S CLAIM: The ObGyn should not have attempted laparoscopic surgery; he knew of her extensive surgical history and should have anticipated the presence of adhesions.
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