Given her advanced age and storied career, wouldn't the aftermath of the surgery have been a good time to gracefully bow out?
Dr. Cohen was more frank—he says she is “victim of West Coast surgery.”
The surgery removes the right side of the pancreas, the gallbladder, and parts of the stomach, bile duct, and small intestine.
He appeared in public for the first time in two months this week, after a hip operation, his ninth surgery in recent years.
Now, Bibi Aisha says she is impatient for the next step in her recovery—the surgery in California.
The next great name in thirteenth century surgery, for we are not yet out of that fruitful period, is Henri de Mondeville.
If there be any,” says he, “it is beyond the reach of surgery.
These are fatal conditions which follow any major operation in surgery, and have no special connexion with hysterectomy.
"After I declined to assist him in the surgery," says Molly, demurely.
Medicine and surgery were in the meantime omitted, till Government was in a position to supply the necessary instruments.
surgery sur·ger·y (sûr'jə-rē)
The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental means.
A surgical operation or procedure, especially one involving the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue.
An operating room or a laboratory of a surgeon or of a hospital's surgical staff.
The skill or work of a surgeon.