adj. In the medical community, we prefer to call it "knife-y".
Real citation: "And then the priest tells Scully "don't give up," like this is supposed to be something deep and meaningful. HOW? If he'd told her "it's always darkest before the dawn" would that have been deeper and meaningful-er? What about if he'd said "a stitch in time saves nine"? That's even better, being all surgery-y and stuff!"
(July 26, 2008, Livejournal, http://layniek.livejournal.com/84840.html)
Made-up citation: "I told you my headache doesn't feel very surgery-y... I don't think you'll be needing that sterilized sword, Pop-pop."