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extirpate

[′ek·stər‚pāt]
(biology)
To uproot, destroy, make extinct, or exterminate.
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The treatment of choice is pulp extirpation under local anesthesia, with immediate filling of root canals.
While in cases of delayed replantation of closed apex teeth, Current IADT guidelines advocate that pulp extirpation and disinfection should be carried out either before reimplantation or 7-10 days following avulsion.
6% of Plains Topminnow extirpation events and suggests that Plains Topminnow populations are 1.
Based on research published in 1902, Franz (1902) asserted that he was the first to combine animal training and brain extirpation to study brain functions; in his effort to be clearer, sometimes Franz would say "special animal training.
2 ASA 2 female underwent an elective robotic-assisted laparoscopic extirpation of endometriosis and dissection of endometriomas.
Subjects' self reported pain response was recorded on Heft Parker Visual Analogue Scale after local anesthetic administration during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation.
Her past medical history was significant for chronic cytomegalovirus infection of the right eye, resulting in extirpation of the orbit.
Through demographic engineering, annihilation, extirpation, and assimilation of Armenians and other Christian groups, they transformed a multicultural society of Armenians, Kurds, Assyrians, and Greeks into the heartland of Turkish nationalism.
Here we document several gray squirrel extirpation events within its lowland range, and discuss factors influencing its persistence and its extirpation.
In 1997, with just 11 males in Britain - at just a handful of sites - they were on the brink of extirpation.
Based on the occurrence data of the recognized species in the form of the presence-absence matrix (coded in '0' for absence and '1' for presence), we calculated three metrics describing biodiversity turnover processes, namely, the observed species richness (a), per capita immigration rates (I) and per capita extirpation rates (E).
Pathohistological diagnosis is mandatory after polyp extirpation, especially because inverted papilloma may present as a polyp [10].