Commando operation

(surgery) a major operation for treatment of cancer of the head and neck, involving removal of many facial structures and subsequent surgical reconstruction


Read Also:

  • Commando procedure

    commando procedure com·man·do procedure (kə-mān’dō) n. A surgical operation for malignant tumors of the floor of the oral cavity, involving resection of portions of the mandible in continuity with the oral lesion and radical neck dissection.

  • Command paper

    noun 1. (in Britain) a government document that is presented to Parliament, in theory by royal command See also green paper, white paper

  • Command-performance

    noun 1. a performance of a play, opera, ballet, or the like, given at the request of a sovereign or head of state. noun 1. a performance of a play, opera, etc, at the request of a ruler or of royalty noun a social occasion one is required to attend An occasion that one is […]

  • Command-post

    noun 1. Army. the headquarters of the commander of a military unit. 2. a headquarters of a civilian group or organization dealing with an emergency situation, special event, or the like. noun 1. (military) the position from which a unit commander and his staff exercise command

Disclaimer: Commando operation definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.