NOTE: a narrow, medical usage of Sense 2
NOTE: implies an agent administering medical care to a recipient/patient
His medical insurance won't cover that type of treatment.
The patient is scheduled to have three treatments of radiation.
It's an exciting new treatment for pancreatic cancer.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1
NOTE: implies an actor/agent handling a recipient/patient
They are concerned about the treatment of the prisoners.
Mary gave John the silent treatment at dinner last night.
The film star always received special treatment at the restaurant.
The harbor is much cleaner since the inception of sewage treatment there.
The treatment of hazardous wastes is usually expensive.
These hardy shrubs don't require any special treatment.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2
NOTE: implies an intention to communicate an idea
The candidate's treatment of foreign policy issues struck the audience as naive.
The film's treatment of this war-torn village was quite moving.
The middle portion of the book is an extensive treatment of Napoleon's early military campaigns.
This painter's treatment of light and shadow is reminiscent of the Dutch Masters.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3, 4