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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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Vargo, "Clinical applications of the argon plasma coagulator," Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol.
Infrared coagulator is being accepted widely for outpatient treatment of internal 1st degree and 2nd degree haemorrhoids and some 3rd degree haemorrhoids; some authors have claimed it the best treatment, but only one sectionof the haemorrhoids is treated per visit.
Simon Bramhall pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of assault, in a case a prosecutor called "without legal precedent in criminal law." Bramhall used an argon beam coagulator, which seals bleeding blood vessels with an electric beam, to mark his initials on the organs.
(2) While in the study, superficial lesions were generally vaporized using the argon beam coagulator, deep lesions were removed by sharp dissection, highlighting the need to have adequately trained minimally invasive surgeons treating diaphragmatic lesions via incision.
All the operations were performed under general anesthesia, with a 0[degrees] or 30[degrees] rigid laryngoscopy (Karl Storz, Tuttlingen, Germany), cold plasma ablation (Arthrocare, Sunnyvale, California, USA) and suction electric coagulator (ShenTu, Tonglu, ZheJiang, China) were employed during the surgery.
[26] Guan, Y., et al., CRISPR/Cas9-mediated somatic correction of a novel coagulator factor IX gene mutation ameliorates hemophilia in mouse.
[37,38] It can be done with endoscopic bipolar electrocautery or radiofrequency coagulator. [39,40]
Resection of the entire neurovascular bundle by using an ultrasonic coagulator or a coblation system is often performed, but concerns remain regarding possible postoperative bleeding and unfavorable changes in the physiological blood supply in the posterior part of the nasal cavity.