Surgery on minute body structures or cells performed with the aid of a microscope and other specialized instruments, such as a micromanipulator.(noun)
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Use "microsurgery" in a sentence
"CCD technology is also used in many medical applications, e.g. imaging the inside of the human body, both for diagnostics and for microsurgery."
"While we like to think the Internet, the iPhone and microsurgery have dramatically altered the way we live, those changes pale in comparison to the impact on living standards from the introduction of electricity, motor cars and penicillin."
"Incredible what they can do with microsurgery nowadays."