Definition of Cauteries

1. Noun. (plural of cautery) ¹



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Definition of Cauteries

1. cautery [n] - See also: cautery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cauteries

caustical
caustically
causticities
causticity
causticization
causticness
caustics
caut
cautel
cautelous
cautelousness
cautels
cauter
cauterant
cauterants
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cauterisation
cauterise
cauterised
cauteriser
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cauterises
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cauterizer

Literary usage of Cauteries

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1. Electricity in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Nose, Throat by William Scheppegrell (1898)
"THE electro-cauteries are made of platinum soldered into copper wires of different lengths and shapes (Fig. 89), according to whether they are to be used ..."

2. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1851)
"CHEMICAL REMEDIES—CAUSTICS—Cauteries. By Dr. DOUGLAS MACLAGAN. To open Abscesses.—There can be no doubt that in nineteen cases out of twenty the proper way ..."

3. A system of practical surgery by William Fergusson (1870)
"Cauteries. ISSUES. SETONS. SOME notice of certain means of practice and minor operations (as they are usually called) may be more conveniently introduced ..."

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