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transect

a sample strip of land used to monitor plant distribution, animal populations, etc., within a given area

transect

[tran′sekt]
(science and technology)
To cut across, or to cut transversely.
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3) An isolated basilar artery transection with skull base fracture after closed head trauma is a unique injury.
Implantation of 3D Constructs Embedded with Oral Mucosa-Derived Cells Induces Functional Recovery in Rats with Complete Spinal Cord Transection," Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2017; 11 DOI: 10.
Take care to understand if the partial transection was made by cautery.
Surgical knee disarticulation procedure demonstrated in a northern cardinal cadaver, (a) Circumferential skin incision at the level of the stifle, (b) Placement of a circumferential modified Miller's knot around the distal femur encircling the musculature and vasculature, (c) Appearance of the ligation (arrow) after tightening of the knot, (d) Transection of the stifle joint and surrounding soft tissue, (e) Appearance of the amputation site after closure of the skin.
A meta-analysis demonstrated a decreased risk of POBL using a vesselsealing system, compared to crush-clamping, CUSA, and radiofrequency dissecting sealer, but randomised controlled trials are needed to fully assess the impact of these transection techniques on POBL.
After the third hemorrhage, we performed an operation to explore the origin of the bleeding and found transection of the popliteal artery by 40% of the circumference of the posteromedial part of the femur, 4 cm above the medial posterior condyle of the femoral component, which we had not treated in the previous surgery (Fig.
MRI of the lumbosacral plexus is not diagnostic but is essential to exclude other causes of neuropathy such as nerve compression or transection.
Caption: Figure 4: Complete transection of the tibial nerve in the midcalf area (intraoperative image).
Keywords: Air emboli, Aortic transection, Cardiopulmonary bypass, Micro emboli, Pulmonary artery.
2%), arterial pathology was transection, and lacerations were detected in 13 patients (44.