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  1. surgery

    • IPA[ˈsəːdʒ(ə)ri]

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    • n.
      the branch of medical practice that treats injuries, diseases, and deformities by the physical removal, repair, or readjustment of organs and tissues, often involving cutting into the body;a place where a doctor, dentist, or other medical practitioner treats or advises patients.
    • noun: surgery, plural noun: surgeries

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    • 1. the branch of medical practice that treats injuries, diseases, and deformities by the physical removal, repair, or readjustment of organs and tissues, often involving cutting into the body:

      cardiac surgery

      he had surgery on his ankle

    • 2. a place where a doctor, dentist, or other medical practitioner treats or advises patients.
    • 3. a period of time during which patients may visit a doctor, dentist, or other medical practitioner for treatment or advice:

      Doctor Bailey had finished his evening surgery

    • 4. an occasion on which an MP, lawyer, or other professional person gives advice.
    • n. surgery performed on the brain or other parts of the nervous system:

    • he is in a critical condition after undergoing brain surgery

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    • n. surgery performed on the brain or other parts of the nervous system:

    • she had undergone brain surgery to remove a tumor

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    • n. minor surgery that does not require the patient to stay in hospital overnight.

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    • n. minimally invasive surgery carried out through a very small incision, with special instruments and techniques including fiber optics.

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    • n. surgery performed on the chest as part of gender reassignment, especially to remove breast tissue and produce a masculine appearance of the chest in female-to-male surgery:

    • I finally had top surgery this year

      a fund to help trans men who want top surgery but can't afford it

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    • n. surgery performed on the heart:

    • she died from complications following heart surgery

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    • n. surgery performed on the chest as part of gender reassignment, especially to remove breast tissue and produce a masculine appearance of the chest in female-to-male surgery:

    • I finally had top surgery this year

      a fund to help trans men who want top surgery but can't afford it

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    • n. surgery performed on a person’s genitals as part of gender reassignment:

    • she's opted to not undergo bottom surgery

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    • IPA[ˈsərj(ə)rē]

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    • n.
      the branch of medical practice that treats injuries, diseases, and deformities by the physical removal, repair, or readjustment of organs and tissues, often involving cutting into the body:
    • cardiac surgery

      he had surgery on his ankle

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