Brachial aneurysm usually occurs at the bend of the elbow, is of traumatic origin, and is best treated by excision of the sac.
It is to be regretted that no one suggested the excision of sections xix.-xxi.
excision, unless performed early, is of little avail, and in any case should be followed up by exposure to radium.
After excision a mixture of water and vinegar should be kept in the mouth for some time.
A similar instrument is used in surgery for operations involving the excision of portions of bone.
The excision made no difference to me, but a great deal of difference to him.
Later, excision may be deemed necessary, or in extreme cases, amputation.
This operation consists in excision of the apex of the everted lid.
Nymphī′tis, inflammation of the nymph; Nymphot′omy, the excision of the nymph.
But these errors could be removed by the excision of half-a-dozen lines.
excision ex·ci·sion (ĭk-sĭzh'ən)
Surgical removal by cutting, as of a tumor or a portion of a structure or organ. Also called exsection.
A recombination event in which a genetic element is removed.