Origin of surgical
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Examples from the Web for surgical
Add in additional demand, as with a surgical procedure, and the body is pushed to its very limits.Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Risky Heart Surgery
Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD
November 26, 2014
When the same abnormality was detected in a subsequent pregnancy at 18 weeks, she was able to have a surgical abortion.Women Share Their Secret Abortion Stories For 1 in 3 Campaign
November 20, 2014
For some, 72 hours will mark the difference between having a medical vs. a surgical procedure.Abortion in Missouri Is the Wait of a Lifetime
November 12, 2014
In an interview with CIR, he admitted to making scores of copies of surgical screws for Spinal Solutions.
By 2008, his planes were shuttling staff and surgical equipment from coast to coast.
She had been assigned to the men's surgical ward, and went there at once.K
Mary Roberts Rinehart
Two others had pushed on, one to the house, the other for surgical aid.The Cavalier
George Washington Cable
The surgical wards were darkened, and the patients were asleep already.
In the corridor to the surgical ward they came upon John Storm.
Includes a list of the necessary medical and surgical supplies.Taxidermy
Leon Luther Pray
- of, relating to, involving, or used in surgery
- (of an action) performed with extreme precisiona surgical air attack on the missile complex
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Word Origin and History for surgical
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of surgeons or surgery.
- Used in surgery.
- Resulting from or occurring after surgery.
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