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Brain Surgery (wl)

Diagnosis - the act of discovering or identifying the exact cause of an illness or a problem
Surgical - used in or connected with surgery
Treatment - something that is done to cure an illness or injury, or to make somebody look and feel good
Rehabilitation - the process of helping somebody to have a normal, useful life again after they have been very ill or in prison for a long time
Disorder - an illness that causes a part of the body to stop functioning correctly
Nervous system - the system of all the nerves in the body that carries messages between the brain and the rest of the body
Spinal cord - the mass of nerves inside the that connects all parts of the body to the brain
Neurosurgery - medical operations performed on the nervous system, especially the brain
Accuracy - the state of being exact or correct; the ability to do something with skill and without making mistakes
Tool - an instrument such as a hammer, screwdriver, saw, etc. that you hold in your hand and use for making things, repairing things, etc.
Trauma - an injury
Emergency - a sudden serious and dangerous event or situation that needs immediate action to deal with it



Definition of Diagnosis from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Surgical from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Treatment from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Rehabilitation from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Disorder from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Nervous system from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Spinal cord from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Neurosurgery from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary ]
Definition of Accuracy from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Tool from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of Trauma from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary ]
Definition of Emergency from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
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