surgery

listen to the pronunciation of surgery
الإنجليزية - التركية
ameliyat

Ameliyat en iyi çözümdür. - Surgery is the best solution.

Ameliyat edilmeye karar verdi. - She decided to have surgery.

{i} ameliyathane

O on saattir ameliyathanede. - She's been in surgery for ten hours.

(Biyoloji) cerrahi

Cerrahi bölümüne gidin lütfen. - Please go to the Surgery Department.

Kalp cerrahisinde en önde gelen otoritedir. - He is the foremost authority on heart surgery.

{i} İng. (milletvekilinin seçim bölgesinde kendi seçmenleriyle yaptığı) görüşme
cerrahlık ilmi
{i} cerrahlık

Cerrahlık oldukça zordur. - The surgery is quite difficult.

(Tıp) şirurji
muayenehane
{i} cerrahi; cerrahlık, operatörlük
{i} muayenehane [brit.]
{i} İng. muayenehane
surgery scar
(Geometri) Ameliyat izi
surgery room
kabine
surgery stool
cerrahi dışkı
surgery ward
cerrahi servisine
surgery hours
muayene saatleri
surgery hours
İng. muayenehanenin açık olduğu saatler
endoscopic surgery
(Tıp) endoskopik cerrahi
oral surgery
(Diş Hekimliği,Tıp) ağız cerrahisi
oral surgery
(Tıp) cerrahi
vascular surgery
(Tıp) vasküler cerrahi
dental surgery
dişçilik
dental surgery
diş cerrahisi
open heart surgery
açık kalp ameliyatı
orthopaedic surgery
ortopedik ameliyat
perform surgery on
ameliyat et
plastic surgery
estetik cerrahlık
plastic surgery
plastik ameliyat
plastic surgery
estetik ameliyat
tree surgery
ağaç budama
a surgery
bir cerrahi
advance of surgery
ameliyat öncesi
bariatric surgery
(Tıp, İlaç) Hayatı tehlikede olan Aşırı şişman kişilere kilo verdirme amaçlı yapılan mide cerrahisi
brain surgery
beyin ameliyatı
cardiac surgery
kalp cerrahisi
chest surgery
göğüs ameliyatı
general surgery
(Tıp, İlaç) Genel cerrahi
gum surgery
diş eti cerrahi
have surgery
ameliyat
heart surgery
kalp cerrahisi

Kalp cerrahisinde en önde gelen otoritedir. - He is the foremost authority on heart surgery.

hold surgery
cerrahi tütün
jaw surgery
(Tıp, İlaç) Alt çene cerrahisi
laser surgery
Lazer cerrahisi

Lazer cerrahisi bazı görme sorunu türlerini onarabilir. - Laser surgery can fix some kinds of vision problems.

micro-vascular surgery
mikrovasküler cerrahi
open heart surgery
Açık kalp cerrahisi
plastic surgery of the nerves
sınır plastik cerrahi
replacement surgery
yenileme cerrahligi
undergo surgery
ameliyat
veterinary surgery
veteriner cerrahi
bloodless surgery
(Tıp) kansız ameliyat
breast and endocrine surgery
(Tıp) meme ve endokrin cerrahisi
bureau of medicine and surgery
(Askeri) DENİZ KUVVETLERİ SAĞLIK DAİRESİ: ABD Deniz Kuvvetlerinin ve Deniz Piyade Sınıfının sağlık işleri ile ilgili teşkilat
cosmetic surgery
plastik cerrahi
cosmetic surgery
estetik ameliyat
gum surgery
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti cerrahisi
gum surgery
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti ameliyatı
keyhole surgery
(Tıp) laparoskopik cerrahi
kineplastic surgery
(Tıp) Bazı adale gruplarının izole edilerek, modifiye bazı protezlerin çalışmasını sağlama içinde görevlendirildiği gibi bir çeşit ameliyat
pinhole surgery
(Tıp) laparoskopik cerrahi
plastic surgery
plastik cerrahi
spare part surgery
organ nakli cerrahisi
stereotactic surgery
(Tıp) Paralysis agitans, multiple sclerosis gibi hasatlıklarda, beynin önceden tesbit edilne bölgelerine elektrod ve kanüller yerleştiilmesi ve böylelikle uygulanan deneysel tedavi yöntemi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any arrangement where people arrive and wait for an interview with certain people, similar to a doctor's surgery

Our MP will be holding a surgery in the village hall on Tuesday.

A procedure involving major incisions to remove, repair, or replace a part of a body

Many times surgery is necessary to prevent cancer from spreading.

A pre-packaged bankruptcy or "quick bankruptcy"
The production of a manifold by removing parts of one manifold and replacing them with corresponding parts of others
A room or department where surgery is performed

I would discuss hospital policy to you more, but I’m wanted in surgery.

The medical specialty related to the performance of surgical procedures
A doctor's consulting room

I dropped in on the surgery as I was passing to pick up my prescription.

A surgery is the room in a hospital where surgeons operate on their patients. Branch of medicine concerned with treatment by physical means rather than drugs. In addition to operations requiring access to the inside of the body (open surgery), it includes manipulation from outside the body (e.g., setting of a broken bone, skin grafts). Modern surgery began in the mid-19th century with use of anesthetics and antiseptics. Other important advances have included diagnostic imaging, blood typing, intubation to support breathing, intravenous administration of fluids and drugs, heart-lung machines (see artificial heart), endoscopy, and devices that monitor body functions. Specialized instruments used in surgery include scalpels to cut tissue, forceps to hold blood vessels closed or grasp and manipulate structures, clamps to immobilize or crush tissues, gauze sponges to absorb fluids and keep an area dry, retractors to hold incisions open, and curved needles to suture them closed. Pre-and postoperative care is crucial to the success of surgery. See also microsurgery, open-heart surgery, orthopedics, plastic surgery, transplant. orthopedic surgery open heart surgery plastic surgery
{n} the art or practice of curing such diseases or affections of the body, as require the use of instruments or manual operations
A procedure to remove or repair a part of the body or to find out if disease is present
a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; "they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available"; "he died while undergoing surgery"
a room where a doctor or dentist can be consulted; "he read the warning in the doctor's surgery"
Surgery is medical treatment in which someone's body is cut open so that a doctor can repair, remove, or replace a diseased or damaged part. His father has just recovered from heart surgery Mr Clark underwent five hours of emergency surgery. see also cosmetic surgery, keyhole surgery, plastic surgery
can often times be indicated for several of these conditions, however, depending on the severity of the injury, lifestyle, activity and age, it can be delayed or avoided and often times cured with physical therapy
Any arrangement where people arrive and wait for an interview with certain people, similar to a doctors surgery
the branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures; "he is professor of surgery at the Harvard Medical School
Branch of medicine that treats disease and injury through an operative or manual method
The removal of a malignant tumor in an operation Surgery is the oldest and most frequently used cancer treatment
Surgery which partially or totally removes a tumor (excluding diagnostic biopsy)
-Also called an operation It means to fix (or look at) something inside your body that isn't working right
A doctor's surgery is the period of time each day when a doctor sees patients at his or her surgery. His surgery always ends at eleven
a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations; "great care is taken to keep the operating rooms aseptic"
the branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures; "he is professor of surgery at the Harvard Medical School"
In Britain, when someone such as an MP or a local councillor holds a surgery, they go to an office where members of the public can come and talk to them about problems or issues that concern them
{i} treatment of diseases and injuries by medical operation; operation performed by a surgeon; room in which surgical operations are performed
is the branch of medicine concerned with treatment of injuries or disorders of the body by incision, manipulation or alteration of organs with the hands or with instruments In broad terms, a booked surgery procedure is one performed in an operating theatre facility under some form of anaesthesia, where admission is not required within 24 hours of the decision to admit and the procedure is performed by a surgeon
A doctors consulting room
Used for operative procedures on organs, regions, or tissues in the treatment of diseases, including tissue section by lasers It excludes transplantation for which "transplantation" is used
An room or department where surgery is performed
whether by manual operation or by medicines and constitutional treatment
A surgery is the room or house where a doctor or dentist works. Bill was in the doctor's surgery demanding to know what was wrong with him
An operation Cancer surgery is done to remove cancerous tissue from the body
Medical specialty related to the performance of surgical procedures
The art of healing by manual operation; that branch of medical science which treats of manual operations for the healing of diseases or injuries of the body; that branch of medical science which has for its object the cure of local injuries or diseases, as wounds or fractures, tumors, etc
An operation

Do I need an operation? - Do I need the surgery?

a room where a doctor or dentist can be consulted; "he read the warning in the doctor's surgery" the branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures; "he is professor of surgery at the Harvard Medical School
The branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of disease, injury, and deformity by operation or manipulation The performance or procedures of an operation
A surgeon's operating room or laboratory
operation to remove or repair a part of the body, or to find out if disease is present
A branch of medicine concerned with diseases and trauma requiring or amenable to operative procedures (Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Plastic/Reconstructive, Thoracic, Urology, Vascular)
The diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury by surgical means without limitation to special systems or body regions
Surgical options are limited to individuals whose tumors are less than 5 cm and confined to the liver, with no invasion of the blood vessels
chirurgy
chirurgery
surgeonry
surgery under anaesthesia
operation that is performed while the patient is asleep
surgery ward
section in a hospital that deals with operations
Dehn surgery
The same, but with the manifold in question being the 3-dimensional sphere
Dehn surgery
The removal of a solid torus from a 3-dimensional manifold, followed by its being replaced via a homeomorphism of its boundary
Surgery.
chirurgie
brain surgery
Surgery on any part of the nervous system, especially the brain; neurosurgery
brain surgery
Something that is overly complex, detailed or confusing

It's not brain surgery. Just screw in the bulb and flip the switch.

cosmetic surgery
Surgery (and related medical treatment) undergone to improve appearance rather than for health reasons

The face lift is a classic example of cosmetic surgery.

keyhole surgery
Surgery using a fibre-optic laparoscope through a small incision, either for examination or treatment
laser eye surgery
A common procedure to correct one's vision
meatball surgery
A nickname for surgery that is meant to be performed rapidly to stabilize the patient as quickly as possible
plastic surgery
Surgery, especially involving the transfer of tissue, to repair body parts
plastic surgery
Cosmetic surgery for appearance
sex reassignment surgery
Any surgical procedure that adjusts genitalia and other physical sex characteristics in order to achieve a (usually normative) result, typically employed by transsexuals and sometimes the intersex to achieve anatomy conforming to their gender identities. Abbreviation: SRS
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
{i} AACS, American based institute of cosmetic surgery studies
Mohs Micrographic Surgery
{i} technique developed in 1956 by Frederic Mohs for surgically removing skin cancer while saving as much healthy tissue as possible
ambulatory surgery
Surgery performed on a person who is admitted to and discharged from a hospital on the same day
bachelor of surgery
holder of the first academic degree in surgery
bariatric surgery
(bear-ee-AT-ric) Surgery on the stomach and/or intestines to help the patient with extreme obesity lose weight Bariatric surgery is a weight-loss method used for people who have a body mass index (BMI) above 40 Surgery may also be an option for people with a BMI between 35 and 40 who have health problems like heart disease or type 2 diabetes
bariatric surgery
is surgery on the stomach and/or intestines to help the patient with extreme obesity lose weight
bariatric surgery
The word "bariatric" comes from the Greek word baros, meaning weight Bariatric surgery is another word for weight loss surgery, which is surgery designed to treat severe obesity  
bariatric surgery
(bear-ee-AT-ric)
brain surgery
any surgical procedure involving the brain
bypass surgery
surgery which creates an alternative route for blood to flow
closed-heart surgery
heart surgery in which a small incision is made (the chest cavity is not opened)
coronary bypass surgery
A surgical procedure performed to improve blood supply to the heart by creating new routes for blood flow when one or more of the coronary arteries become obstructed. The surgery involves removing a healthy blood vessel from another part of the body, such as the leg, and grafting it onto the heart to circumvent the blocked artery
cosmetic surgery
The term "Cosmetic Surgery" means medically unnecessary surgical procedures, usually, but not limited to, plastic surgery directed toward preserving beauty
cosmetic surgery
Surgery for the restoration, or reconstruction of body structures directed toward altering appearance
cosmetic surgery
means surgery that is performed primarily to improve appearance and self-esteem, which may include reshaping normal structures of the body
cosmetic surgery
surgery undertaken with the primary intent of improving appearance
cosmetic surgery
Any surgery done primarily to improve or change the way one appears, cosmetic surgery does not primarily improve the way the body works or correct deformities resulting from disease, trauma or birth defect For important information on cosmetic surgery, see the "Exclusions" section
cosmetic surgery
Cosmetic surgery is surgery done to make a person look more attractive. medical operations that improve your appearance after you have been injured, or because you want to look more attractive
cosmetic surgery
plastic surgery, surgery dealing with the repair of deformed or destroyed parts of the body or the refinement of existing body features (i.e. face lift)
cosmetic surgery
plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised; "some actresses have more than one face lift"
dental surgery
the branch of dentistry involving surgical procedures
dental surgery
operation performed on one's teeth; branch of surgical medicine relating to dentistry
doctor of dental surgery
{i} DDS, dentist, doctor that treats people's teeth
doctor of dental surgery
a doctor's degree in dental surgery
endoscopic surgery
surgery in which an endoscope is used to examine the interior of hollow organs
heart surgery
any surgical procedure involving the heart
keyhole surgery
Keyhole surgery is a surgical technique in which the surgeon inserts the instruments through small cuts in the patient's body, using as a guide an image provided by equipment inserted into the patient's body. medical operations done through a very small hole in the body
major surgery
surgical operation involving a great amount of entry into the body, risky operation
major surgery
any surgical procedure that involves anesthesia or respiratory assistance
mastoid surgery
surgical procedure to remove infection from the mastoid bone
minimally invasive coronary bypass surgery
heart surgery in which a coronary bypass is performed on the beating heart by the use of small instruments and cameras threaded through small incisions
minor surgery
any surgical procedure that does not involve anesthesia or respiratory assistance
open heart surgery
operation during which the patient's heart lies exposed
open-heart surgery
a medical operation in which doctors operate on someone's heart, while a machine keeps the patient's blood flowing. Any surgical procedure opening the heart and exposing one or more of its chambers, most often to repair valve disease or correct congenital heart malformations (see congenital heart disease). Invention of the heart-lung machine (see artificial heart), which allows the heart to be stopped during surgery, made it possible. The first successful open-heart surgery was performed in the U.S. in 1953 by John H. Gibbon, Jr., to close an atrial septal defect
open-heart surgery
heart surgery in which the rib cage is spread open and surgery to fix a heart valve or repair a coronary artery is performed while the heart is stopped and blood is detoured through a heart-lung machine
orthopaedic surgery
branch of medicine that deals with the surgery to treat and cure with deformities and diseases of the bones and joints (also of tendons, muscles, ligaments, and more)
plastic surgery
Plastic surgery is the practice of performing operations to repair or replace skin which has been damaged, or to improve people's appearance. She even had plastic surgery to change the shape of her nose. Surgery to remodel, repair, or restore body parts, especially by the transfer of tissue.plastic surgeon n. the medical practice of changing the appearance of people's faces or bodies, either to improve their appearance or to repair injuries 'surgeon. Surgery to correct disfigurement, restore function, or improve appearance. It may involve reshaping or moving tissues to fill a depression, cover a wound, or improve appearance. Cosmetic surgery solely to improve appearance is not the main focus of plastic surgery. It is utilized after disfigurement by burns or tumour removal or for reconstructive work, and it may involve hiding incisions in skin folds or using buried sutures to hold wounds closed. Reconstructive plastic surgery corrects severe functional impairments, fixes physical abnormalities, and compensates for tissue lost to trauma or surgery. Microsurgery and computerized diagnostic imaging techniques have revolutionized the field
plastic surgery
surgery to restore function or improve appearance (functional & cosmetic)
plastic surgery
The repair, restoration, or improvement of lost, injured, defective, or misshapen body parts
plastic surgery
- Surgical treatment for restoration of form and function of the skin and its underlying musculoskeletal system
plastic surgery
the surgical specialty or procedure concerned with the restoration, construction, reconstruction, or improvement in the shape and appearance of body structures that are missing, defective, damaged, or misshapen top
plastic surgery
surgery concerned with therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue
plastic surgery
surgery dealing with the repair of deformed or destroyed parts of the body or the refinement of existing body features (i.e. face-lift, liposuction)
port-access coronary bypass surgery
heart surgery in which a coronary bypass is performed by the use of small instruments and tiny cameras threaded through small incisions while the heart is stopped and blood is pumped through a heart-lung machine
post surgery
after surgery; subsequent to a surgery
reconstructive surgery
surgery concerned with therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue
slated for surgery
scheduled for a medical operation
surgeries
plural of surgery
thoracic surgery
chest surgery, operation on the chest
transplant surgery
operation which involves replacing a body part
tree surgery
Treatment of diseased or damaged trees by filling cavities and pruning and bracing branches.tree surgeon n. the treatment of damaged trees, especially by cutting off branches
tree surgery
treatment of damaged or decaying trees
tubal ligation surgery
surgical operation to block the Fallopian tubes in a woman to permanently prevent pregnancy
undergo surgery
have an operation done
wrong-site surgery
a surgical operation performed on the wrong part of the body
surgery

    الواصلة

    sur·ge·ry

    التركية النطق

    sırcıri

    النطق

    /ˈsərʤərē/ /ˈsɜrʤɜriː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 's&rj-rE, 's&r-j&- ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old French surgerie, contracted form of cirurgie, from Latin chirurgia, from Ancient Greek χειρουργία, from χείρ (“hand”) + ἔργον (ergon, “work”).

    فيديوهات

    ... hours in surgery with a microscope, reattaching every ...
    ... she had emergency surgery is one week earlier ...

    كلمة اليوم

    clithridiate
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