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lobotomy in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlobotomylo‧bot‧o‧my /ləˈbɒtəmi $ ləˈbɑː-/ noun (plural lobotomies) [countable]  MHa medical operation to remove part of someone’s brain in order to treat their mental problemslobotomize verb [transitive]
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lobotomyShe had a lobotomy in 1954.On at least two occasions a lobotomy was considered and rejected for Alfred, who became ill in late 1943.So why all the fuss about lobotomies?A frontal lobotomy was of more use.All we know is that there were success stories, including at least one lobotomy.Naomi was again institutionalized, and this time was given a prefrontal lobotomy.