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incision

1. a cut made with a knife during a surgical operation
2. any indentation in an incised leaf

incision

[in′sizh·ən]
(medicine)
A cut or wound of the body tissue, as an abdominal incision or a vertical or oblique incision.
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A new study reveals that such exposure is associated with more LRIs during infancy [EHP 119(11):1653 -- 1658; Roda et al.
A spokesman for Walsgrave stressed that Dr Holton was at no time employed by Walsgrave Hospital and that anyone concerned should call the LRI.
The vast majority of children with MPV LRI had a simultaneous URI.
The Oregon Employment Department scrutinized LRI, and a department hearings official ruled that LRI's at-home workers should be classified as employees and given all the perks that employees are due.
The results showed that, on average, most specialties would be paid more under an LRI than they were under fee for service.
The tendered shares brought up AEV CRH's total shares in LRI to 99.
Thanking the Ainata mayor for his commitment to the project, Richard Paton, project director at LRI, said that "The success of the program rests on the support of the community, and there is a strong sense of community here.
RESULTS: During the first year of life, 45-8% of infants had at least one LRI, and LRI occurred simultaneously with wheezing in 48.
Because lupus is more prevalent in racial and ethnic minorities, and often more severe and even fatal in these populations, the LRI National Coalition has worked for more than a decade to combat health disparities, regularly briefing Congress on the topic and collaborating with other national organizations to further the agenda of equal access to quality care.
She held the King's Silver Jubilee Medal for nursing and received the Freedom of Liverpool in 1947 and an honorary MA," says Ann Spencer, president of LRI Nurses' League.
The increased risk held true after con trolling for other LRI risk factors including sex, low birth weight, winter birth, maternal smoking, breast-feeding, presence of water damage or mildew in the home, and exposure, to siblings.
Algeo is among the 60 residents who no longer do assembly work for LRI in the wake of an August ruling by the Oregon Court of Appeals that workers who put together miniature flashlights in their homes for LRI should be treated as employees and not as independent contractors.