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enucleate

[ē′nü·klē‚āt]
(cell and molecular biology)
To remove the nucleus from a cell.
(medicine)
To remove an organ or a tumor in its entirety, as an eye from its socket.
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Diener, "Meta-analysis of surgical outcome after enucleation versus standard resection for pancreatic neoplasms," British Journal of Surgery, vol.
van Dijkum, "Postoperative outcomes of enucleation and standard resections in patients with a pancreatic neuro-endocrine tumor," World Journal of Surgery, vol.
Pederzoli, "Enucleation of pancreatic neoplasms," British Journal of Surgery, vol.
1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-201 Total (n = 13) (n = 19) (n = 41) (n = 73) Surgical procedure n % n % n % n % Tumour enucleation 4 31 11 58 16 39 31 43 Distal resection 8 61 5 26 20 49 33 45 Pancreaticoduodenectomy 1 8 3 16 5 12 9 12
We searched PubMed-MEDLINE for English-based literature using medical subject headings including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), enlargement (BPE), and obstruction (BPO); minimal invasive surgery; and the specific MIST and TURP name looking for all transurethral prostate enucleation techniques.
Following Holmium laser-assisted enucleation of the prostate adenoma, the Piranha morcellator was used in 67 procedures and the VersaCut morcellator in 55 procedures.
Following enucleation surgery, the loss of volume and rotation of intraorbital contents can result in superior sulcus deepening, enophthalmos, ptosis, ectropion, and lower lid laxity, which are known as postenucleation syndrome.
Management of the anophthalmic socket and techniques of enucleation, evisceration and exentration:surgical procedures and management of complications.
A short history of enucleation. Int Ophthalmol Clin 1970; 10: 681-7.
Intraorbital implants after enucleation and their complications: a 10-year review.
The HoLEP procedure was performed at a laser setting of 2 J and 50 Hz for enucleation, and 0.5 J and 40 Hz defocused laser for hemostasis when bleeding vessels were encountered.
Operation time, laser enucleation time, morcellation time, resected prostatic weight, hemoglobin decrease, and peri-operative complications were recorded.