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excision

[ek′sizh·ən]
(genetics)
Recombination involving removal of a genetic element.
(medicine)
The cutting out of a part; removal of a foreign body or growth from a part, organ, or tissue.
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Wide local excision of the involved axillary skin along with 1cm margin of normal skin was excised in all the patients.
Keywords: Excision, Intravenous drugs, Ligation, Pseudoaneurysm, Revascularization.
Cyst excision with choledocho-deudenostomy (CD) was done in 6 (26.
Then one of the following eight different surgical techniques of punch excision was used: (a) ventral skin excision, (b) dorsal skin excision, (c) ventral skin and ventral perichondrium excision, (d) dorsal skin and dorsal perichondrium excision, (e) ventral skin, ventral perichondrium, and cartilage excision, (f) dorsal skin, dorsal perichondrium, and cartilage excision, (g) ventral skin, ventral perichondrium, cartilage, and dorsal perichondrium excision, and (h) dorsal skin, dorsal perichondrium, cartilage, and ventral perichondrium excision.
If carcinoma cells are found at the surgical margins, the excision area is enlarged and frozen section control is repeated.
3), in one case of bilateral cherry eye (Beagle) in which one eye was treated by anchoring and other by excision.
For cases that were found to have a pathologic upgrade in the excisional biopsy specimen, slides of the excision were reviewed and the histologic findings confirmed.
Excision of the pilonidal sinus with primary closure has the advantage of rapid healing, but the recurrence rate is also relatively high-up to 38% [1,21].
Surgical removal of the lesion is necessary for the diagnosis and treatment and the complete excision of the lesion together with approximately 1 cm of healthy tissue is important to prevent local recurrence.
The findings are different than most of the world literature on this subject" he continued, "and it may be indeed, as the authors suggest, due to less tissue being removed during surgical excision procedures in England, compared with other countries.
However, there are no current studies evaluating the outcome of consistently performed radical excision without adjuvant treatment for feline ISS.