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laser surgery

the surgical use of lasers.
Origin of laser surgery
1965-70 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for laser surgery
  • Gang members, branded by their skin art, are given a fresh start with laser surgery to remove previously permanent tattoos.
  • His vision is fading, and he is talking about getting contacts or having laser surgery on his eyes.
  • Still, popping in a pair of contacts for the sake of clearer vision is less daunting than laser surgery.
  • Successfully removing one involves thousands of dollars in laser surgery, often with multiple procedures.
  • Tells about laser surgery to close off the broken blood vessels.
  • They want updates on the latest in laser surgery for facial wrinkles.
  • laser surgery is a medical procedure that uses laser light to remove diseased tissues or treat bleeding blood vessels.
  • laser surgery has become so commonplace that some ophthalmologists use it after cataract surgery to prevent later clouding.
  • Federal regulators issued a warning today to eye doctors not to use unapproved machines for laser surgery on nearsighted patients.
  • In severe cases, laser surgery may help reduce the redness.

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