from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not operated upon.

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  • adjective Upon which no operation has been performed.


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un- +‎ operated


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  • "unoperated" hiatal hernia, which was diagnosed 2 years ago and has never needed follow-up care.

    RVABlogs 2009

  • I still have some unoperated on lumbar discs but they've scarred over and aren't bothersome for now.

    BIBLE STUDY: Raising your hands in church Nomad 2009

  • The subincised man acts as a female to the as yet unoperated boys, who perform coitus in the incised opening.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion Havelock Ellis 1899

  • The frequency of asymmetric (ipsilaterally directed) behaviors were too rare to be seriously considered as representing spontaneous pain, and in any case did not statistically exceed what was blindly observed on the contralateral hind paw and in control (sham operated and unoperated) mice.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles Jeffrey Mogil 2010

  • The research found most indigenous vision loss was caused by unoperated cataracts, diabetes, uncorrected refractive errors or trachoma.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News 2010

  • "In fact, the new bone repair noted in the PRO-STIM™-treated defects was equivalent, if not better than, normal unoperated bone, indicating fast, efficient remodeling to a more normal state."

    Wright Medical Group, Inc. Announces Full Commercial Launch of PRO-STIM™ Osteoinductive Bone Graft Substitute - Yahoo! Finance 2010

  • This rate was not significantly different from the rate in the subjects 'unoperated eyes; only one (3.3 per cent) developed new AMD lesions during the same period.

    Top Headlines 2009

  • "It is rare for an acute attack of appendicitis to subside unoperated without leaving one or more of the pathological conditions briefly described above, and it is plain that with these present the patient must be much more liable to a future attack than he was primarily.

    Appendicitis John Henry Tilden 1895


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