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  • n. The surgical removal of a bunion


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  • You should see what the minority doctors did to my foot on a simple bunionectomy at the VA Im a cripple!

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  • Hopefully, Brian Williams’ bunionectomy and Katie Couric’s abscess removal will go just as smoothly should they occur, and they will be just as gay as Anderson Cooper, if not gayer.

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  • The good news about a bunionectomy is that once the bunion is corrected properly, it most likely will never come back again.

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  • Lucky for him, the Vietnam veteran cook slipped him large helpings after he was banned from the cafeteria for performing a self-bunionectomy during dinner one summer night.

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  • Various surgical models (hemorrhoidectomy, herniorrhaphy, bunionectomy or total knee arthroplasty) and routes of administration (wound infiltration, subcutaneous, epidural or nerve block) were studied.

  • "With bunionectomy surgery, the most severe pain occurs within the first 24 hours and, accordingly, that's where we observed the greatest benefit of MoxDuo®IR relative to its components in terms of pain relief," added Holaday. Featured News and Stories

  • Required for FDA New Drug Application (NDA) submission, this combination rule study - comparing the efficacy and safety profiles of MoxDuo®IR against component doses of morphine and oxycodone alone - demonstrated that MoxDuo®IR reduces moderate to severe pain following bunionectomy surgery significantly better than its individual components. Featured News and Stories

  • The study was conducted as a double-blind, randomised comparison of three fixed-dose treatment groups experiencing moderate to severe pain following bunionectomy surgery. Featured News and Stories

  • But while a bunionectomy involves cutting and repositioning bone, and upwards of two months of recovery on crutches, the new Mini TightRope option relies on a minimally invasive toe-binding process that ultimately promises to reduce pain and allow for crutch-free walking while cutting recovery time by more than half.

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  • Friends said recently she was in such agony that she was having to put ice on her feet and do daily exercises in a desperate bid to avoid having the bunionectomy operations advised by her doctors.

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