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  • n. Plural form of neurosurgery.


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  • Reaves has Parkinson's, and after two neurosurgeries, has mostly lost the use of his voice.


  • Christina who has undergone three neurosurgeries, countless medication trials and combinations – all of which have unfortunately not really helped out to the extent that we have ever hoped.

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  • After two neurosurgeries and extensive rehabilitation, doctors and Coa's team of therapists have called his recovery miraculous.

    The Seattle Times

  • Memorial Hermann, a nonprofit private system, performs more neurosurgeries than any other hospital in Houston and is one of only six rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • "They're able now to do neurosurgeries and fetal surgeries," Thibeault said.

    The Facts: News

  • In 3D Slicer, ITK is used for planning neurosurgeries by providing methods for computing the path of nerve fibers in the brain as recorded by diffusion tensor MRI and registering those paths with 3D models of tumors segmented from contrast enhance MRI.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Mr. Biden, 12 years ago you had two emergency neurosurgeries for bleeding in your brain.

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  • Over the course of two years, Klimo and the medical team at Bagram performed nearly 300 neurosurgeries, including 57 operations on 43 children.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The highly sought-after medical center performs more neurosurgeries than any other hospital in the world and is the busiest brain tumor treatment center in the nation.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • He was met there by Dr. John Martyn Harlow, who performed one of the first neurosurgeries ever.

    NPR Topics: News


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