noun (plural surgeries)
- 1The treatment of injuries or disorders of the body by incision or manipulation, especially with instruments: cardiac surgery he had surgery on his ankleMore example sentences
- Mngani said the current internship covers three or four domains such as internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology.
- Possible adverse events were detected by two nurses in medicine and surgery and two midwives in obstetrics.
- Lasers are used in a variety of situations in medicine and surgery.
- 2British A place where a doctor, dentist, or other medical practitioner treats or advises patients.More example sentences
- Literature will be available from libraries, GP surgeries, hospitals and dentists.
- I believe that is an underestimate judging how filthy some hospitals and doctor's surgeries are.
- Medical wastes result from treatment of patients in hospitals, clinics, and surgeries.
- 2.1 [in singular] An occasion on which medical treatment or consultation occurs: Doctor Bailey had finished his evening surgeryMore example sentences
- It is hoping to open on Saturday mornings as well as holding a late surgery one weekday evening.
- Three Salford GPs will carry out the surgery in sessions held two or three times a week.
Middle English: from Old French surgerie, contraction of serurgerie, from serurgien (see surgeon).
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