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A procedure to reopen his urinary tract could have been done under local anesthesia.
He has had operations on both knees, and they had to put him under anesthesia to clean a long gash in his left thigh.
The story of a wayward anesthesia trainee who took a near fatal dose of fentanyl hit the news this week.
Someof the injured were being detained right after they awoke from anesthesia.
"I told him that the sleep you get with anesthesia is not real sleep, not restful sleep," Quinn testified.Up to Speed: 5 Key Moments From the Michael Jackson AEG Trial|Christine Pelisek|September 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There was enough whiskey in the place to provide the new specimen with a near-total anesthesia.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
The splanchnic wall has however a somewhat complicated structure.
The plates themselves remain as the muscle-plates and develop a special layer of muscle (mp) in their splanchnic layer.
The diverticula from the alimentary cavity form the water-vascular system and the somatic and splanchnic layers of mesoblast.
It extends upwards and downwards by the continuous conversion of fresh cells of the splanchnic layer into muscle-cells.