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1. One of his specialities is minimally invasive surgery.
2. They found invasive cancer during a routine examination.
3. For all his invasive tendencies, Boswell does not tell us why Johnson needed medicine.
4. Percutaneous cholecystolithotomy is a highly successful, minimally invasive technique with a short hospital stay and rapid convalescence.
5. The average age of women with invasive cervical cancer is between 45 and 50.
6. And there are competing approaches to minimally invasive heart repair.
7. Compared with invasive carcinoma, intraepithelial neoplastic lesions harbour a greater diversity of human papillomavirus types.
8. One of his specialities is minimal invasive surgery; executing the maximum work through the smallest incision.
9. New York City reported 161 cases of the invasive strep bacteria in 1996, including 11 cases of the flesh-eating disease.
10. Such invasive treatment has limited use for these patients, and more confirmation of its efficacy is needed.
11. This had only been possible before using invasive manometric techniques or ionising radiation.
12. Use of invasive medical devices, such as indwelling catheters, often carries a risk for infection.
13. Finally, such medical care will generally involve invasive drug therapy.
14. In an invasive procedure, a doctor could extract one of her eggs and try to fertilize it in a test tube.
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15. Liver biopsies are invasive, costly and associated with morbidity.
16. That is less invasive, less surgery than sternotomy.
17. The biodiversity and the threats from exotic, invasive species.
18. Invasive and histological procedure has more and more significance.
19. They also urged further research into the frequency and risk factors for patients exposed to blood during invasive procedures.
20. Nevertheless, a proximal hepaticojejunostomy in a young patient seems unattractive and justifies exploration of other, less invasive, alternatives.
21. Then the wind got up, and coated everything with an invasive layer of caustic soda.
22. Such policies also pay only for hospital-related treatment, and many exclude treatment which does not include invasive techniques.
23. The samples tested in this series may not include a high proportion of health care staff involved in invasive procedures.
24. Volunteers in Knapdale, in south Argyll(Sentencedict.com), have helped to remove sitka spruce and invasive rhododendrons from oak woods.
25. Subjects were excluded from the study if they suffered from any debilitating or life threatening disease, including invasive cancer.
26. Imagery offers another approach to aversion therapy which is not as painful or invasive as the procedures mentioned above.
27. In the conservative group the overall incidence of stenosis will be very similar to that of the invasive group.
28. Wiltse approach learning curve is short, with a simple micro-hooks and other minimally invasive surgical instruments relative to the expansion chamber is more easily replicable.
29. Materials and methods The hemodynamics of the uterine arteries and myometrium were assessed by color Doppler flow imaging for 14 patients with invasive hyadatidiform mole.
30. Objective:To establish lumbar plexus digitized visible models for providing more precise anatomic data to minimally invasive surgery.
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