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trychutorri i ffwrddamputatesamputating
Verb(1) remove surgically
(1) There's also the possibility that you could be suffering from a dysmorphic disorder, such as the one experienced by people who feel a compulsive need to amputate their own limbs.(2) surgeons had to amputate her left hand(3) When a limb gets infected and is beyond repair, and there is danger of the patient losing his life because of this, the surgeon has no other option left to save his life than to amputate the infected limb.(4) I used starch when the client demanded it and made the creases sharp enough to amputate a limb.(5) Surgeons had to amputate both hands and her legs just below the knee, to prevent the spread of infection.(6) Gangrene set in and surgeons had to amputate the leg to save his life.(7) I said that - something about, ├ö├ç├┐You have to amputate an infected limb for the patient to survive.├ö├ç├û(8) If tissue damage is severe, a health care provider may need to remove the tissue surgically or amputate the limb.(9) It was this faith that saw him through a complicated surgery to amputate his right leg on account of diabetes-related complications.(10) Fire chiefs have admitted that as soldiers are unable to use cutting gear, surgeons might have to amputate limbs of car crash victims at accident scenes.(11) The dilemma of the surgeon being asked to amputate a healthy limb is similar.(12) We can measure his heart rhythms, take his blood pressure and even amputate a limb.(13) The surgeries took 14 hours, and they wanted to amputate my right leg.(14) By inhibiting such a current after amputating a salamander's leg, they can, in effect, flip a switch that shuts down the process of regrowth.(15) Plus many more patients could avoid the need for arterial surgery, angioplasty, and amputations .(16) Having trained as a general practitioner, she found herself having to perform caesarean sections, amputations , and even bowel surgery.
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