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resection

[ri′sek·shən]
(engineering)
A method in surveying by which the horizontal position of an occupied point is determined by drawing lines from the point to two or more points of known position.
A method of determining a plane-table position by orienting along a previously drawn foresight line and drawing one or more rays through the foresight from previously located stations.
(medicine)
The surgical removal of a section or segment of an organ or other structure.

Resection

 

an operation that involves the partial excision of a diseased organ. Amputation is the removal of the peripheral part of an organ, while extirpation is the complete removal of an organ. In surgical practice gastric resections are most frequently performed; pyloric stenoses and stomach cancers or gastric ulcers that are complicated by hemorrhaging often require gastric resections. Resections of the small or large intestine are performed in cases of traumatic ruptures, obstructions, or tumors. An anastomosis is created between the stump of the stomach and the duodenum or jejunum or between the remaining sections of the intestine after gastric or intestinal resections. Resections are also performed on the thyroid gland, lungs, and joints.

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Intraoperatively, tumour excision was determined largely by the experience of the surgeon and preoperative planning using bony landmarks and radiological scans as an objective guide to resection.
All 102 patients were followed up regularly after their resections, with examinations in our outpatient service every 3 months in the first 2 years and every 6 months thereafter.
The composition and origin of the gas produced during urological endoscopic resections.
Temporal trends in outcomes following sublobar and lobar resections for small (≤2 cm) non-small cell lung cancers – A surveillance epidemiology end results database analysis.
A prospective departmental database of 467 consecutive liver resections performed in the HPB surgical unit at Groote Schuur Hospital and at the Netcare UCT Private Academic Hospital between January 1990 and January 2016 was reviewed.
Curative therapy for gastric cancer involves surgical resection i.
Several studies reported that there was no difference between survival rates after R0 and R1 resections and in other studies related to prognostic survival factors these types of resection were been united (Anaya, Lev, and Pollock, 2008; Brennan, 2007; Stojadinovic, Leung, Hoos, Jaques et al.
Un patient age de 70 ans a eu une resection transuretrale d'une tumeur volumineuse du dome vesical.
Open liver resections are usually performed via an inverted chevron bilateral subcostal incision.
The extent and type of resection was based on the exact tumour location.