microsurgeon


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microsurgeon

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌsɜːdʒən)
n
1. (Professions) a person who performs microsurgery
2. (Surgery) a person who performs microsurgery
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The new procedure has been developed by Microsurgeon and University of Melbourne Department of Surgery Professor, Christopher Coombs, and Monash Medical Centre urologist, David Dangerfield.
The information about the prosthesis was posted on social networks by Sultan Tukeshov, microsurgeon of the Department of Plastic Reconstructive Microsurgery and Surgery of the National Hospital.
Heindl, "Eyelids," in Applied pathology of ophthalmic microsurgeon, G.
The man, a Bulgarian national, was then transferred to a private clinic in Limassol to be examined by a microsurgeon.
All surgical procedures were performed under aseptic conditions by a single microsurgeon with the aid of a 4-40x magnification microscope (Leica Microsystems, Wetzlar, Germany).
A microsurgeon is a fully qualified doctor who has trained as a general surgeon.
The microsurgeon and inventor has also developed and marketed a variety of medical devices.
Careful evaluation of the amputated part and the residual limb for appropriate neurovascular, bony, and tendinous structures under loop magnification allows the microsurgeon to decide if replantation is indicated.
JOB THEN: Hand & Microsurgeon, Arkansas Specialty Orthopaedics
But eventually John was referred to Demetrius Evriviades, a consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Microsurgeon, who also practises at Aurora Clinics, based at the Priory Hospital, as well as the QE.
This film follows the eight-hour surgical procedure on Mr Cahill, of Halifax, by microsurgeon Professor Simon Kay and his team and introduces us to four patients who were also lined up for the operation.