curettage


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curettage

[‚kyu̇·rə′täzh]
(medicine)
Scraping of the inside of a body cavity or the hollow of an organ with a curet.
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Comparative study of manual vacuum aspiration and uterine curettage for treatment of abortion.
6] Intralesional curettage has been the standard method of treatment, but is associated with a relatively high risk of local recurrence.
Definitive diagnosis involves dilation and curettage or endometrial biopsy.
2 Studies have shown that MVA is a safe and effective method of uterine evacuation and is preferable to surgical curettage being safer, less painful, highly portable, virtually silent and quicker to undertake.
All selected cases were subjected to uterine curettage, 40% of the cases done during premenstrual and rest in bleeding phase.
Dilation and curettage was then performed, and the pathology revealed serous carcinoma.
Group A underwent tumor curettage, while group B underwent tumor resection.
When he asked for an audience show of hands as to who treats BCCs using curettage without electrodesiccation, the packed auditorium full of dermatologists remained hands-down.
Tenders are invited for the rate contract for equipment dilation and curettage set d andc kit
The treatment of choice is aggressive curettage or resection of the tumor followed by bone grafting.
Curettage and debridement was performed twice for the lesion.
Second, intralesional curettage and packing of the cavity with cancellous iliac crest bone grafts combined with a fusion of the third carpometacarpal (CMC III) joint using a 2,0 mm titanium plate (Medartis, Basel, Switzerland) were performed.