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  1. (medicine) A treatment, that doesn't include any operation or intervention.
    • 2000, G. Puddu et al., "Achilles Tendon Injuries" in The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine, ISBN 0632037857, page 200:
      "Operative treatment should be reserved for those patients in whom has failed and who are motivated with regard to sports."
    • 2006, J. Franke, "Intramedullary Treatment of Humeral Shaft Fractures" in Practice of Intramedullary Locked Nails: New Developments in Techniques and Applications, ISBN 3540253491, page 179:
      " still competes with the operative approach to a much greater degree than is the case for fractures of the long bones of the lower extremity."
    • 2007, Thomas E. Hyde and Marianne S. Gengenbach, Conservative Management of Sports Injuries, ISBN 0763732524, page 597:
      "Conservative treatment could also include short-arm casting with the fingers and thumb free for 2-6 weeks. "

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