laser surgery (ˈleɪzə ˈsɜːdʒərɪ)
- surgery where a laser beam is used to cut tissue rather than a scalpel. Often used
on the eyes to correct short-sighted or long-sighted vision.
Example Sentences Including 'laser surgery'
And most laser surgery is not emergency surgery, it is scheduled and so can be rearranged to fit with climatic conditions.
New Scientist (2003)
Because laser surgery is relatively new, reliable information on complication rates is scarce.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Getting laser surgery intended for someone else's eye left a city woman in an emotional meltdown, her husband testified yesterday.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Surgery, such as laser surgery , will usually remove a small, localised tumour and can sometimes be carried out under local anaesthetic.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The RCMP skip has laser surgery every six or eight months to clean off the wart-like growths on his vocal chords.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
Treatments for venereal warts If you have venereal warts, laser surgery is an excellent treatment.
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