No case of amputation, nor of resection, at the hip-joint has returned from the Indian mutiny.
This is considered to be justification enough for the removal of the ovaries or at least for their resection.
At ten I assist my seniors during two amputations and a resection.
If the blood supply after the resection is evidently to be poor, resection is useless.
The operation is known as resection of the plantar aponeurosis, or the complete operation for gathered nail.
It has not yet been decided whether the results of the resection of nerve roots justify the risk.
The stitches necessarily used in resection operations are an additional source of irritation.
Pain shooting up to the ear may be relieved by resection of the lingual nerve, or the injection of alcohol into its substance.
Removal of the talus is an alternative operation to resection of the tarsus, and may yield equally good results.
The operator must then proceed to resection of the tendon in order to treat the deeper structures thus affected.
resection re·sec·tion (rĭ-sěk'shən)
Surgical removal of part of an organ or a structure.
Removal of the articular ends of one or both bones forming a joint.