When the objective of the procedure is to cut into, transect, or otherwise separate all or a portion of a body part.
Free a body part from abnormal constraint.
Includes only the body parts being transplanted.
Putting back a body part that has been cut off or abulsed.
Procedures where a body part is moved to another location without disrupting its vascular and nervous supply.
Moving a body part to a new location.
The objective of the procedure is to narrow the diameter of a tubular body part or orifice.
The objective is to close off a tubular body part or orifice.
Enlarge the diameter of a tubular body part or orifice.
The sole objective is to put in a device and that's it.
To put in a device that take the place of some or all of a body part.
To put in a device that reinforces or augments the functions of some or all of a body part.
Procedures where a similar device is exchanged without making anew excision or puncture.
A broader range of procedures than INSERTION.
Correct the positioning or function of a previously placed device.
Objective is to examine a body part.
Include only cardiac mapping and cortical mapping.