dissect

(redirected from dissecting)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to dissecting: Dissecting aortic aneurysm

dissect

[də′sekt]
(biology)
To divide, cut, and separate into different parts.
References in periodicals archive ?
The cells were seen arranged in interlacing fascicles, whorls and bundles dissecting into the myometrium at places (Fig.
Further, head and neck computed tomography angiography (CTA) showed a complete DAA and a dissecting aneurysm in the distal C1 segment of the left internal carotid artery (ICA) [Figure 1]a-d.
When Hiroshi resumes his medical studies, he discovers that he must spend an entire semester dissecting a corpse.
COMMENT lust yesterday, a malpractice lawyer presented me with a case very similar to this one: a patient with unexplained chest pain who died of a dissecting aneurysm.
This method, which engages all students in peer teaching during each laboratory session, incorporates repetition--an important element in memorization--during each lab period, allows the students to see the normal anatomic variations of the structures they are dissecting, and ensures that the peer-taught information is accurate.
At Edinburgh University, Alexander Munro continued the work of his father and grandfather in anatomy, by dissecting dead bodies to teach students about the human physiology.
Students can learn a lot about the internal structure of their own bodies by dissecting the digital animals.
I don't think there is any purpose to dissecting a real animal, especially in high school," Douglas said.
To paint better, he studied anatomy, dissecting human bodies and drawing them in detail.
When it comes to dissecting animals in biology classes, some 600 U.
Think of Sartre and Sontag dissecting Us Weekly to schizoid electro beats, and you start to get the picture.
A Mind Patient and Untamed: Assessing John Howard Yoder's Contributions to Theology, Ethics, and Peacemaking is an anthology of essays by a variety of learned authors, each dissecting of the works of John Howard Yoder, known for "The Politics of Jesus" and other writings in which he scrutinized the Bible and his own Anabaptist tradition.