Definition of Thoracotomies

1. Noun. (plural of thoracotomy) ¹



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Definition of Thoracotomies

1. thoracotomy [n] - See also: thoracotomy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thoracotomies

thoracopagus
thoracoparacephalus
thoracopathy
thoracoplasties
thoracoplasty
thoracopneumoplasty
thoracoscope
thoracoscopic surgery
thoracoscopies
thoracoscopy
thoracostenosis
thoracostomy
thoracostomy tube
thoracostraca
thoracotomies (current term)
thoracotomy
thoradelphus
thorax
thoraxes
thorbastnasite
thoreaulite
thoreon
thoria
thorian
thorianite
thorianites
thorias
thoriate
thoriated

Literary usage of Thoracotomies

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1. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Fredric Solomon (1986)
"... and blood bank capacities — Standard operations include thoracotomies, abdominal explorations, cleaning and wide debridement of wounds with delayed ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"... favours the extension of infection; and this appliance has enabled the author to perform exploratory thoracotomies at an early stage of the disease. ..."

3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1909)
"Matas states that the method supplants all the complex osteoplastic thoracotomies previously used. The operation is performed as follows: After securing the ..."

4. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1906)
"Exploration of the pleura with the finger in the course of many thoracotomies has shown me that an encysted empyema is more common than has generally been ..."

5. Local and Regional Anesthesia: With Chapters on Spinal, Epidural by Carroll Woolsey Allen (1920)
"... thyroid and laryngeal resections, amputations of the extremities, resection of joints, thoracotomies, hernias, and the entire domain of genito-urinary, ..."

6. Surgery of the Upper Abdomen by John Blair Deaver, Astley Paston Cooper Ashhurst (1921)
"n thoracotomies, with 4 deaths (36.3 per cent.) and 39 laparotomies with 35 deaths (89.7 per cent.). In most if not all of the early cases, operation was ..."

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