Curettage (noun)

A medical procedure in which a curette is used to remove material from a cavity or surface.

Origin:

The word 'curettage' is derived from the french word 'curette' meaning 'scraper'. it refers to a medical procedure in which a curette, a type of scraper, is used to remove material from a cavity or surface.

Examples:

  1. Curettage is often used in the treatment of uterine conditions.
  2. The curettage procedure was performed under general anesthesia.
  3. Curettage is sometimes used to obtain tissue samples for biopsy.
  4. The curettage was successful in removing all abnormal tissue.
  5. Curettage is a commonly performed outpatient procedure.
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