from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Postoperative: post-op care; post-op complications.
- n. A postoperative patient.
- n. A section of a hospital providing postoperative treatment.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A postoperative patient or procedure.
- n. A postoperative transman or transwoman
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I am utilizing this Model to share with you how my pain has impacted (or inhibited) my healing process (two full weeks post-op).
Patients whose babies had died during delivery shared a post-op room with luckier women who cradled healthy babies in their arms.
I read his tweet talking about Kat Von D from LA Ink, where he stated that the more he watches this programme, the more he reckons Kat Von D is a ‘post-op’.
Last night I was stunned to read someone I considered a friend making a comment about someone he called a ‘post-op’.
"I always stand up the front!" says Bernette's husband with the relish of a man who won't let it put him off the post-op buffet.
*Commerically available specialized supplement programs exist that combine all these building block ingredients into one formulation for ease of use, provide specific amounts of each appropriate supplement to support healing and delineate which vitamins should be taken pre-op and post-op.
The first, five months post-op, was to check the patch and balloon the right pulmonary artery, which was narrowing.
I still feel that your push to have GID removed is less about access to care and positive outcomes, and more about making it so you and other post-op transsexual women can ... alliebean
What is the time frame from initial exam to post-op visits.
My other bud may not get to make his trip due to problems with bi-lateral knee replacements and post-op problems.
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