Further still, in those things which consist in ablation, the straight is as the flat nose; for it subsists with the continued.
When this is impracticable, ablation of the tonsil may be necessary.
Each year there must be a very slow sinking of the surface, but the ablation is infinitesimal.
Besides being a beacon for sledging parties, it was used for ablation measurements.
The fracture of the bones or the ablation of a limb is often observed on animals which have been struck.
In practice this penalty of death appears to have been sometimes commuted to ablation of the sexual organs.
The first step towards this assurance is the ablation of the chronic Shaksperian comparison.
ablation may in such a case account for almost the whole of the snow removed.
Excessive connective-tissue growth, exceptionally met with, is to be treated by ablation with the scissors or knife.
ablation ab·la·tion (ā-blā'shən)
Removal of a body part or the destruction of its function, as by a surgery, disease, or noxious substance.