corrective operation

corrective operation

[kə′rek·tiv äp·ə′rā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
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He was punched in the face and kicked, resulting in three stitches and a subsequent corrective operation on his jaw and worrying infection.
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When the victims returned on Saturday to register their complaint and seek a corrective operation, they found that the office of the organisation was closed.
President Nicos Anastasiades arrived in New York on Sunday to prepare for a corrective operation on his heart's mitral valve at the Mount Sinai hospital.
Sadly, the corrective operation is often more traumatic because of the damage that's already been done to the muscle and tissue.
Luke Jenkins, from St Mellons in Cardiff, who was born with half a heart, went into Bristol Children's Hospital to have his third and final corrective operation on March 30, 2012.
Fascinated by the idea of a career in radio, after one visit at 17 to Alder Hey for a minor corrective operation, she begged her mum to take her to Radio Merseyside.
Incredibly, doctors told Mary she would have to wait until next month for a corrective operation - and offered to put a CORK on the sharp spike to prevent any accidents.
Max, who goes to Weddington Pre-School, at Weddington Primary School, in Winchester Avenue, Nuneaton, has trigger thumbs and was having a corrective operation.
Midfielder Wayne Phillips, who broke his leg in two places after only six minutes at Glanford Park, underwent a corrective operation at Wrexham's Maelor hospital yesterday and will be lucky to play again this season, while Carey suffered minor knee cartilage damage that could require surgery and sideline him for up to a month.
Luke Jenkins, seven, had been expected to make a full recovery from his third and final corrective operation after he was born with half a heart.
Tragic Luke Jenkins, seven, who was born with half a heart, went into Bristol Children's Hospital to have his third and final corrective operation on March 30, 2012.