The act of excising or cutting out or off; extirpation; destruction.
The act of cutting off from the church; excommunication.
The removal, especially of small parts, with a cutting instrument.
the surgical removal of tissue, usually by cutting
Pertaining to the surgical removal of bone or tissues related to the oral structures.
To cut away a portion.
the act of banishing a member of the Church from the communion of believers and the privileges of the Church; cutting a person off from a religious society
the act of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from existence
Surgery to remove tissue.
Removal of tissue by a surgical procedure.
cutting and harvesting the tissue usually for study of possible pathology
(ek-SIH-zhun) Removal by surgery.
Surgical removal of a part of the body including cancerous growths.
Surgical removal of bone or tissue.
Removal by cutting away material.
Surgical removal of a tumor or growth.
The surgical removal of diseased tissue.
removal by surgery. atigue: a lack of energy, general tiredness.
To cut or remove
the process of cutting out or otherwise removing a section of tissue.
the removal of a DNA fragment from a chromosome.
Removal, as of an organ or tumor, by cutting off or out.
to surgically cut out and remove tissue using any surgical tool including a laser
Cutting out tissue, an organ or a tumour from the body.
To cut out or off. A method of removing endometriosis by physically cutting it out of the body
The action of cutting something off.
The act of cutting out; e.g., the surgical removal of part or all of a structure or organ.
The act of cutting away or taking out.
To surgically remove the lesion.
the surgical removal of tissue from the body.
The removal or cutting out of a tissue or organ. As differentiated from incision.
an act of cutting away or taking out.
Surgical removal, as in the excision of a tumor . The removal as if by surgery, as in base excision repair . See the entire definition of Excision
The act of surgically removing or cutting out.
surgical cutting out of the affected area from surrounding healthy tissue.
Surgical cutting away and/or taking out.
Surgical removal for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes.