a block of marble delicately decorated with incisions
The action or process of cutting into something
the method is associated with less blood loss during incision
a depression scratched or carved into a surface
the cutting of or into body tissues or organs (especially by a surgeon as part of an operation)
Cutting is the separation of a physical object, or a portion of a physical object, into two portions, through the application of an acutely directed force. An implement commonly used for cutting is the knife or in medical cases the scalpel. ...
A cut, especially one made by a scalpel or similar medical tool in the context of surgical operation
A cut made with a sharp instrument through the skin or other tissue.
Surgical cut for entering the body to perform an operation.
a cut made with a surgical instrument during an operation.
A cut made in the body during surgery.
(in-SI-zhuhn) — A cut made by a surgeon or other doctor. For example, a surgeon makes an incision in your belly and uterus to deliver your baby during a c-section.
A surgical cut made in the skin and underlying tissue.
to cut using a blade, scalpel or dissecting instrument
technique of transfering of the Fresco Cartoon by scribing, incising the drawing with the pointy stick (or stylus), usually the opposit end of the brush while it is layed over the plaster.
The cut made through the skin for the purposes of operation.
The spot in which the doctor operates. This is usually covered by gauze afterward and itches a little as it heals.
A cut. When making an incision, a surgeon is making a cut.
the opening made with a scalpel that is done to reach a certain part inside the body.
The cut that is made to perform surgery.
A wound usually made deliberately in surgery; a clean cut.
a) tooling of linear freehand patterns in a gilt and burnished surface with a stylus (see indentation). - b) preparatory incision in the ground of parts of the composition, prior to gilding and painting, in order to retain the design throughout the subsequent processes of execution.
A deliberate, surgical cut in the skin and body tissue beneath it. Incised skin always has a residual scar, although cosmetic surgeons will always try to place incisions such that the scar will be hidden, or barely visible.
a cut made into a body part. An incision can be a cut that begins an excision, but an incision alone does not allow one to remove tissue.
The place on the body a surgeon cuts so an implant can be placed. Common places for an incision for breast surgery include under the breast, around the areola, under the armpit and through the abdomen via the navel. ...
The medical term for a cut made by a surgeon into a tissue or organ.
Negative sign impressed by human thought and action on the "ribbon of life" and which has to be redeemed by an equal and opposite sign.