Definition of Splenectomies

1. Noun. (plural of splenectomy) ¹



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Definition of Splenectomies

1. splenectomy [n] - See also: splenectomy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splenectomies

splendidnesses
splendidous
splendiferous
splendiferously
splendiferousness
splendiloquent
splendish
splendor
splendorous
splendors
splendour
splendourous
splendours
splendrous
splendrousness
splenectomies (current term)
splenectomize
splenectomized
splenectomizes
splenectomizing
splenectomy
splenectopia
splenelcosis
splenemphraxis
spleneolus
splenetic
splenetical
splenetically
splenetick
splenetics

Literary usage of Splenectomies

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1. Modern Surgery, General and Operative by John Chalmers Da Costa (1910)
"collected 58 splenectomies performed for malarial hypertrophy since 1900. ... notes 12 splenectomies for sarcoma of the spleen with 9 recoveries. ..."

2. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1895)
"In most of the cases which survived a few days the white cells increased very rapidly. The second group of splenectomies includes wandering spleen, ..."

3. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1900)
"Tricomi, whe has performed seventeen splenectomies, reports that in three cases, after the lapse of a few months, the malarial attacks returned. ..."

4. Surgery of the Upper Abdomen by John Blair Deaver, Astley Paston Cooper Ashhurst (1921)
"Giffin (1915) reported that two splenectomies had been done at the Mayo Clinic for lymphosarcoma: one patient remained well for several ..."

5. The Spleen and Anaemia: Experimental and Clinical Studies by Richard Mills Pearce (1918)
"The largest number of splenectomies by a single operator was the series of ... Carstens collected a series of 739 splenectomies with a mortality of 27.4 per ..."

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