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cauterize in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcauterizecau‧ter‧ize (also cauterise British English) /ˈkɔːtəraɪz $ ˈkɒː-/ verb [transitive]  MH medical to treat a wound or a growth on your body by burning it with hot metal, a laser, or a chemical→ See Verb table
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cauterizeElectrodiathermy to cauterize the cervix requires a general anaesthetic and is falling into disuse.If you're working class, you cauterize the working class in you.But do they really cauterize the wounds of historical separation and loss?Maybe he should have cauterized those aspects of himself long since.He tried to scream the name but his throat felt as if it had been cauterized with a hot iron.