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excisional

(ɪkˈsɪʒənəl)
adj
(Surgery) surgery of or relating to an excision
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excisional

adj escisional
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NEW YORK -- The largest and longest study to date of the Silverhawk percutaneous excisional atherectomy device showed that it is "an essential tool" for surgeons treating patients with lower-extremity peripheral artery disease, according to a vascular surgeon at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Excisional surgery has been replaced by the use of cyclosporins capsules, which are effective, but their cost will make you glad you are insured or wish you had been.
"But if the lesions are not biopsy-confirmed cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 2 or 3, rather than doing a loop electrosurgical excisional procedure, we can follow them by doing colposcopy and cytology at 4- to 6-month intervals provided the colposcopy is satisfactory, the endocervical curettage findings are essentially negative, and the patient accepts the risk of possible occult disease," Dr.
However, in developing countries like Nigeria excisional biopsy of a breast lump is advocated as the first line of diagnosis (except in some cases), and possible treatment of a breast lump (3, 4).
A repeat excisional procedure is associated with a nearly threefold increase in preterm labor (odds ratio, 2.8).
"After an excisional biopsy with minimal margins, I usually close the defect with a purse-string suture because it avoids removing standing cones and consequently enlarging the treatment area."
It covers human papillomavirus (HPV) carcinogenesis and the natural history of cervical cancer, primary prevention through HPV vaccination, pap smear screenings, the practical aspects of smear taking, the management of abnormal pap smears, the approach to population-based screening, visual screening tests, the role of HPV detection in cervical cancer screening, the basics of colposcopy, the detection of cervical neoplasia through a colposcope, problems in colposcopy, and the management of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, including ablative methods for treatment and excisional therapy.
The child was taken to the operating room for an excisional biopsy.
DURING A ROUTINE MAMMOGRAM, an enlarged follow-up imaging and referred the patient to a surgeon for possible excisional biopsy.
Excisional biopsy is the gold standard in diagnosis.
Consider rubber band ligation A systematic review of 3 poor-quality trials comparing rubber band ligation with excisional hemorrhoidectomy in patients with grade III hemorrhoids found that excisional hemorrhoidectomy produced better long-term symptom control but more immediate postoperative complications of anal stenosis and hemorrhage.