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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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Keywords: Air emboli, Aortic transection, Cardiopulmonary bypass, Micro emboli, Pulmonary artery.
Endovascular repair of traumatic thoracic aortic transection has emerged as a viable alternative to surgical management.
Snail kites are semi-nomads and might have biased the sampling if birds moved to areas farther from the transections, minimizing the probability of data collection.
Trauma patients with thoracic aortic transections often have multiple, complex injuries that increase the risk of standard surgical repair of the aorta," said Dr.
Carbachol microinjections in the mediodorsal pontine tegmentum are unable to induce paradoxical sleep after caudal pontine and prebulbar transections in the cat.
Mitigation of hearing loss from semicircular canal transection in Pseudomonas otitis media with ciprofloxacin-dexamethasone irrigation.
During the 19th century, Waller elucidated the process of axonal degeneration following nerve transection.
Gore Receives First FDA Approval for Endovascular Repair of Traumatic Aortic Transections.
Joseph Van Camp, thoracic surgeon at Hennepin County Medical Center said, "It is exciting to be part of the traumatic transection trial for the next generation Conformable GORE TAG Device and to investigate the potential expansion of TEVAR indications to include traumatic transections.
The device is available in an expanded portfolio of sizes to meet a broad range of patient needs and was engineered to treat multiple etiologies including thoracic aortic aneurysms (TAAs), traumatic aortic transections and thoracic aortic dissections.
We have progressed from experimental in vivo axonal regeneration demonstrated in spinal transections to a demonstration of regeneration of the optic nerve in animals, and now we have these extremely promising results in stroke.