Definition of Curetting
1. curette [v] - See also: curette
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Curetting Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Curetting
curetting (current term)
Literary usage of Curetting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1896)
"... but that it would be rash to conclude from this that they are intimately related. HYDRAULIC curetting OF THE CORNEA. Under this peculiar title ..."
2. A System of Gynaecology by Thomas Clifford Allbutt, William Smoult Playfair (1896)
"curetting, therefore, preceded by dilatation and followed by ... After a thoroughly antiseptic curetting the endometrium is reproduced in about two months, ..."
3. Portfolio of Dermochromes by Jerome Kingsbury, William Gaynor States, Eduard Jacobi (1913)
"curetting, with the subsequent application of pyrogallol salve has been recommended. Where the lesions are few excision may be practised. ..."
4. Viavi hygiene for women, men and children by Hartland Law (1905)
"I HE operation known as curetting is for the purpose of scraping away 1 the lining membrane of the womb. The instrument with which th(s is M accomplished is ..."
5. Gynæcology for students & practitioners by Thomas Watts Eden (1920)
"DILATATION OF THE CERVIX AND curetting Dilatation oí the Cervix. Apart from pregnancy, this operation may be performed in the following conditions : (1) ..."
6. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1893)
"curetting followed by the application of dressing with the latter solution produced a cure in two cases of erythematous lupus.—Therapeutic Gazette, February ..."
7. Birmingham Medical Review (1895)
"THE operation of curetting the uterus is indicated in a number of pelvic ... Should these measures fail, curetting is distinctly indicated, and will, ..."