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curette

, curet
a surgical instrument for removing dead tissue, growths, etc., from the walls of certain body cavities

curet

[kyu̇′ret]
(medicine)
An instrument, shaped like a spoon or scoop, for scraping away tissue.
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People want to see the data and know that it is better," Professor Curet said.
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Curet opens with the unexpected: after over a decade of harsh criticism and rejection of Irving Rouse's migration paradigm, he argues for a reinvigorated 'take' on migration, one where it retains an important causal role in the process of shaping and re-shaping the ethnic and cultural identities of Caribbean societies as well as their interaction networks.
Barbara Bass, MD Chair of Surgery The Methodist Hospital Houston, Texas Shanda Blackman, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery The Methodist Hospital Houston, Texas Jo Buyske, MD Associate Professor of Surgery American Board of Surgery Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Myriam Curet, MD Professor of Surgery Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery Stanford Hospitals and Clinics Stanford, California Cristina Ferrone, MD Division of General Surgery Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Karen Horvath, MD Associate Professor Department of Surgery University of Washington Seattle, Washington Nathalie Johnson, MD Clinical Professor of Surgery Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon Rosemary Kozar, MD, PhD James H.
This course is the perfect opportunity to introduce new specialists in colorectal surgery to technologies designed to enable minimally invasive surgery," said Myriam Curet, M.
This recognition further validates our dedication to the channel and our channel partners," said Luis Curet, vice president of sales at 8e6 Technologies.
We welcome the opportunity to support surgeons early in their professional development as they experience advanced technologies that enable the delivery of more minimally invasive thoracic surgery," said Myriam Curet, Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer at Intuitive Surgical.
Chiefly accoutrements, in the form of duhos, and other complex carvings have long been considered part of this mature phase (Rouse 1992: 123; Curet 1996: 126).
A hard mass, as demonstrated in this photograph, is usually best removed with a ring curet and the use of the operating microscope.
8e6 experienced record growth in 2007, driving the company to implement changes to our sales structure and partner program to increase focus on channel-driven sales," said Luis Curet, vice president of sales at 8e6 Technologies.
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