Noun(1) a depression scratched or carved into a surface(2) the cutting of or into body tissues or organs (especially by a surgeon as part of an operation
(1) This period is also characterized by the deepest fluvial incision , which is interpreted as a response to a major relative sea-level lowering.(2) Now mediastinoscopy involves the use of a rigid bronchoscope and a surgical incision made in the suprasternal notch.(3) The mechanism of canyon incision is extremely important because it influences our perception of the magnitude of vertical crustal motion or sea-level change that may be required.(4) The cut wall of the bowel heals to the edges of the surgical incision , which is thus kept open.(5) Advantages of cryosurgery are that it is quick, is cost-effective, does not involve a surgical incision , and requires minimal equipment.(6) Two phases of valley incision have been observed beneath the flood basalts in the Nuussuaq Basin.(7) an abdominal incision(8) The topography of the unconformity includes a northward-draining valley network interpreted to represent incision into the underlying Palaeocene section.(9) This succession is characterized by fourth-order, fluvial-to-marine sequences, with valley incision up to 25 km wide and 70 m deep.(10) The surgeon makes the skin incision and places a self-retaining retractor to open the surgical wound.(11) This creature is to be found in his work either in sculptural form or as a surface incision .(12) More recently, Maddy et al. suggested that aggradation and incision in river valleys can be explained by climate-induced changes in sediment and water supply.(13) In some caves, glyphs were cut into deep clay banks along the cave walls; in those cases, incision with a sharp tool is the rule, and images are formed by single traces.(14) These will ideally include a means to localize the abnormal glands preoperatively as well as to determine if the resection is complete prior to closure of the surgical incision .(15) the method is associated with less blood loss during incision(16) If your operation involves making an incision (surgical cut) on your head or pubic area, you may need to have the hair shaved from the area for hygiene and safety reasons.
1. cut ::
2. notch ::
3. prick ::
4. section ::
Different Formsincision, incisions
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