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incision

1. a cut made with a knife during a surgical operation
2. any indentation in an incised leaf
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incision

[in′sizh·ən]
(medicine)
A cut or wound of the body tissue, as an abdominal incision or a vertical or oblique incision.
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The key feature of this LRI Product/Chemical Tanker is that, as a hybrid-type vessel, it fulfills the requirements for transporting not only petroleum products and crude oil, but also vegetable oil and certain chemical products (IMO TYPE II and III).
The LRI, which is being flown as a technology demonstration, has made its first measurements in parallel with GRACE-FO's main microwave ranging instrument, and initial comparisons of the data from the two types of instruments show that they agree as expected.
I saw no end of AC cells in my first placement at the LRI, something that I'd never have been able to see without the tuition of the doctors there.
LRI's efforts are part of a coalition of organizations contributing to the Agriculture Ministry's goal of planting 40 million trees across Lebanon by 2030.
LRI regularly polls its members about their perceptions of the state's weaknesses, and Ritz says that corruption is always at the top of the list, leading to a despondency that manifests itself in multiple ways.
They also had the most severe subsequent deficits in lung function, while those with early nonpneumonia LRI had smaller but still significant impairments in lung function and an increased risk of wheeze, according to a report published online March 2 in Pediatrics (2015; 135 [doi: 10.1542 /peds.2014-3060]).
Researchers assessed the lung function of 646 children-338 who had experienced lower respiratory illness (LRI) before age 2 and 308 controls -and found those who had early pneumonia had a nearly twofold increase in the risk of asthma and wheeze up to age 26.
His eyes turned red the things around came, whirling down, and the yard seemed to shake, then spin as if the earth were shaking" (LRI: 230).
Certain readers have rich LRI since literature can verbally stimulate our visual imaginations.
These materials are based on Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding (VARTM), Liquid Resin Infusion (LRI) and Sheet Molding Compound (SMC).
PARC also established "Livestock Research Institute (LRI) at Turbat, Balochistan worth Rs.57.490 million and 37 employees including scientific and supporting staff appointed.
PARC also established Livestock Research Institute (LRI) at Turbat, Balochistan worth Rs.57.490 million and 37 employees including scientific and supporting staff appointed.