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dissect

[də′sekt]
(biology)
To divide, cut, and separate into different parts.
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TABLE 84 ENDOSCOPE ACCESSORIES: SURGICAL DISSECTORS MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2009 - 2016 (MILLION UNITS)
Maryland Dissector (right) -- used for suturing, as well as for fine
Under the agreement, GSI has the right to manufacture EES' balloon dissectors for EES.
The AEM Instrument line includes the full breadth of tools laparoscopic surgeons require: scissors (reusable and disposable), graspers, dissectors, suction-irrigation electrodes and fixed-tip electrodes.
Other devices such as unique silicone catheters as well as spinal dissectors are also marketed by the company.
We intend to introduce a new product line, Altimate(TM) Monopolar/Bipolar Scissors & Dissectors at the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Meeting in late March 2000.
The first agreement provides USS with non-exclusive rights to market and distribute GSI's SPACEMAKER surgical balloon dissectors worldwide for use in hernia repair and SUI procedures.
Under the terms of the first agreement, USS has obtained non-exclusive rights to market and distribute GSI's SPACEMAKER(R) surgical balloon dissectors worldwide for use in hernia repair and incontinence procedures.
During the quarter, GSI also signed a worldwide distribution agreement with Genzyme Surgical Products Corporation to distribute GSI's balloon dissectors for use in plastic surgery (reconstructive and aesthetic) procedures.
Under the agreement, Genzyme, a biotechnology and health care products company, has exclusive rights to market and distribute GSI's surgical balloon dissectors worldwide for use in plastic surgery (reconstructive and aesthetic) procedures.
Other devices such as unique silicon catheters as well as spinal dissectors are also marketed by the company.