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dissect

[də′sekt]
(biology)
To divide, cut, and separate into different parts.
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The location of dissections also significantly differed (p<0.
10,17-18) Even though most previously published studies found that neck and shoulder pain increased with more extensive dissections involving SAN removal, (10,13,17) some authors have observed that long-standing pain and sensory loss are present even when the SAN is preserved.
Three of them had previously known chronic dissections, four of them were operated previously, and one of them identified in the ED and operated electively later.
This scene is obviously important for it explains Rex's nickname, Fishbelly; however, I argue that it has greater significance; this scene starts a pattern of dissections that figure into the maturation of the main character.
When the investigators compared the characteristics of the dissection between patients with and without migraines, they found similar rates of vertebrobasilar dissection, bilateral dissection, occlusion, and intracranial dissection.
Pathogenesis in acute aortic syndromes: Aortic dissection, intramural hematoma, and penetrating atherosclerotic aortic ulcer.
When the investigators compared the characteristics of the dissection between cases with and without migraines, they found similar rates of vertebrobasilar dissection, bilateral dissection, occlusion, and intracranial dissection.
He has personally performed dissections, he says, which disprove Aristotle's views.
Key Words: dissection, internal carotid artery, massage, stroke, trauma
Carlino's book is at its weakest in its conventional discussion of anatomical knowledge (Chapter Three) and at its most original in its study of the multiple meanings of iconographical depictions of the dissection scene (Chapter One) and the norms and behaviours revolving around dissection, focusing on Rome (Chapter Two).
13) According to later commentators, Herophilus performed no less than 600 dissections, privately and for the public.
MANDATES IN 14 STATES ALLOWING BIOLOGY STUDENTS TO OPT out of dissection without jeoparding their grades are fueling increased interest in virtual dissection as a tool to teach anatomy.