He was evidently engaged in "belting" the tree, and his first incision
had been on the side nearest to the water.
During this discourse an incision
had been made through the skin of the young hunter’s shoulder, and the lead was laid bare.
We made an incision over the outside of the exterior os sesamoideum pollicis pedis, and thus got at the root of the abductor muscle.
It was by his advice, accordingly, that we made, upon the spot, a profound incision into the tip of the subject's nose, while the Doctor himself, laying violent hands upon it, pulled it into vehement contact with the wire.
Therefore, some incisions
might have been larger than necessary, which would have resulted in an easy removal, and others smaller than appropriate, which would have resulted in a struggle to remove tissue.
NEW ORLEANS -- Vertical incisions
in morbidly obese women undergoing a primary cesarean delivery are associated with fewer wound complications, compared with transverse incisions
4) Traditional transverse mastectomy incisions
often necessitate separate incisions
and are known to provide insufficient axillary access.
, or single-site, laparoscopic surgery has emerged as an alternative technique to improve cosmesis and minimize complications associated with multiple incisions
8220;The flexible instruments allow a surgeon to achieve angles and visualize critical anatomy without requiring as many incisions
as traditional laparoscopy,” he said.
A complement to the company's vastly popular line of SurgiLance safety lancets, babyLance(TM) is a safe, easy and effective solution for newborn heel incisions
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Many deep valley-like incisions
of different orientation and morphology exist on the territory of Estonia and neighbouring countries.