subtotally

subtotally

(sʌbˈtəʊtəlɪ)
adv
less than totally, incompletely
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Yet, even subtotally resected tumors may not progress over time.
The authors aimed to examine whether fusing the omentum to a subtotally nephrectomized kidney could slow the progression of chronic kidney disease.
Using a surgical microscope, bilateral tympanic membranes were subtotally perforated with the aid of a sharp peak.
Effects of varying sodium intake on blood pressure and renin-angiotensin system in subtotally nephrectomized rats.
Successful rigid endoscopic removal of an esophageal subtotally covered nitinol stent 11 months after initial placement.
On the other hand, experimental manipulation with high and low phosphate diet in an animal model of chronic renal failure, i.e., the subtotally nephrectomized rat (SNX), could clearly document the deleterious cardiovascular effect of high phosphate [34].
The patient was immediately transferred to the cardiac catheterization laboratory and received successful emergency angioplasty/drug-eluting- (DE) stenting of the subtotally occluded left anterior descending artery (Figure 1(b)).
Larson, "Postoperative irradiation for subtotally resected meningiomas.
Decreased susceptibility to salt-induced hypertension in subtotally nephrectomized mice lacking the vasopressin V1a receptor.
Electron microscopy showed that the foot processes of the podocytes were subtotally effaced.
Chikanishi et al., "Renoprotective properties of pirfenidone in subtotally nephrectomized rats," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
The patients usually tolerate well temporary clamping of a subtotally stenotic or occluded CA, provided there is a sufficient collateral blood flow.