They are either watched without intervention or surgically evacuated.
He detailed his troops to secure the apartment as they went, surgically, methodically, like all SEAL assaults.
Cultural pressures to police gender norms fuelled the widespread practice of surgically reassigning gender at birth.
In my version, I removed Ivan Yegoritch, surgically, and replaced him with a young man named Eminem.
Norm is a symbol of implacable corporate power—preening, surgically perfected, casually domineering.
She had been surgically remodeled so many times that she dated everything from her last operation.
The injured eyeballs had been surgically removed, and artificial ones mounted in their stead.
Before the operation is begun, the ear must be surgically cleansed and carefully dried.
As he remembered glaucoma, it ought to be surgically treated within two months, at most.
Their situation has been surgically and medically recorded in the surgeon-general's official reports.
surgical sur·gi·cal (sûr'jĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of surgeons or surgery.
Used in surgery.
Resulting from or occurring after surgery.