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He then missed the beginning of the season that year after having an appendix operation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The treatment is to remove the appendix often using keyhole surgery. The Sun (2013)She joined in the wild lifestyle until her appendix burst. The Sun (2014)He has trained only gingerly since an appendix operation at the end of last month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was taken to hospital for an op to remove his appendix. The Sun (2012)Does having your appendix removed have any effect on your future health? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The age of the routine appendix operation could be at an end after a study found antibiotics were just as effective as surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And it brought her through a year-long recovery after she nearly died from a burst appendix. Christianity Today (2000)The 38-year-old was rushed into theatre for an emergency operation to remove his appendix. The Sun (2008)As many as one in six of the UK population will have their appendix removed at some stage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Instead, within a matter of hours, she was being raced to hospital to have her appendix removed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)TWO months ago I was rushed into hospital for an emergency appendix operation. The Sun (2009)
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British English: appendix NOUN
Your appendix is a small closed tube in the right side of your body.
...a burst appendix.
Definition of appendix from the Collins English Dictionary
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