verb (used with object), sub·to·taled, sub·to·tal·ing or (especially British) sub·to·talled, sub·to·tal·ling.
verb (used without object), sub·to·taled, sub·to·tal·ing or (especially British) sub·to·talled, sub·to·tal·ling.
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Doran, A. Subtotal Hysterectomy: after history of sixty cases.
These facts show that caution is necessary in accepting reports of cancer of the uterine stump after subtotal hysterectomy.
It is necessary to utter a caution in regard to the occurrence of cancer of the cervix after subtotal hysterectomy.
In this disease subtotal hysterectomy gives admirable results, immediate and remote.
In 1898 I performed subtotal hysterectomy on a woman, thirty-one years of age, for fibroids, conserving the right ovary.