Enucleation

[microbiology] In the context of microbiology, enucleation refers to removing the nuclear body of a cell. Enucleation is the removal of a nucleus from its cell. This process is used in the cloning of organisms. ...
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Enucleation

[surgery] As a general surgical technique, enucleation refers to the surgical removal of a mass without cutting into or dissecting it. ==Removal of the eye== Enucleation refers to removal of the eyeball itself, while leaving surrounding tissues intact. ==Removal of oral cysts and tumors== In the context of oral pathology, enucleation involv...
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enucleation

[n] - surgical removal of something without cutting into it
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Enucleation

Means surgery to remove the eyeball. This is done when there is a cancer growing inside the eye. But is very rare.
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enucleation

Removal of the eyeball
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Enucleation

Enucleation: The surgical removal of an eye. Enucleation is only done under drastic circumstances such as to remove a malignant tumor in the eye or to relieve intolerable pain in a blind eye. Following enucleation, an artificial eye (ocular prosthesis) is implanted as a cosmetic substitute for the real eye.
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Enucleation

E·nu`cle·a'tion noun [ Confer French énucléation .] The act of enucleating; elucidation; exposition. « Neither sir, nor water, nor food, seem directly to contribute anything to the enucleation of this disease.» Tooke.
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enucleation

noun surgical removal of something without cutting into it; `the enucleation of the tumor`
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enucleation

(e-noo″kle-a´shәn) removal of an organ or other mass intact from its supporting tissues, as of the eyeball from the orbit.
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Enucleation

• (n.) The act of enucleating; elucidation; exposition.
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enucleation

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-nū′klē-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Removal of an entire structure (such as an eyeball or tumor), without rupture, as one shells the kernel of a nut. 2. Removal or destruction of the nucleus of a cell.
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ENUCLEATION

Surgical removal of the eyeball
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enucleation

In medicine, the removal of an organ or tumor in such a way that it comes out clean and whole, like a nut from its shell.
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enucleation

Removing the eye from the orbit: leaves most of the orbital contents behind.
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Enucleation

Removal of an eye.
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