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to separate into parts for study

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cut open or cut apart

make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of

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He assumes no prior knowledge and identifies physiological landmarks to help guide the novice dissector.
Hamdi J et al reported that dissection from the midclavicular cannula with right hand with the lateral displacement of the neck of the gallbladder using the left hand through the subxiphoid cannula is difficult because the tip of the dissector will lose its perpendicular angle to the dissection plane and become positioned with a very narrow angle.
Discussions about the dissection that occur between the readers and dissectors help both to integrate the information from the lecture with the structures seen in the cadavers.
Dissector: And remember kids, you can supersize your Ghoulunatics membership by sending at least one jar of cabbage to Dissector, care of Ghoul.
The VH Dissector will help address the need to train more medical and healthcare providers throughout Mexico and Latin America by providing real experience in human anatomy in a virtual environment," said Touch of Life Technologies CEO Vic Spitzer, Ph.
It is with pleasure that I present the annual report of The Dissector Editorial Committee.
THIS YEAR, The Dissector, the official publication of the Perioperative Nurses College of NZNO, marks 40 years of publication.
The book is a collection of reports and commentaries about the Occupy movement that he wrote for Al Jazeera English, his News Dissector blog, and other outlets.
They also shared the same liver which had to be meticulously divided using an ultrasonic dissector.
The data that led to the discovery were recorded by the Intensified Image Dissector Scanner on the National Optical Astronomy Observatories' 84-inch telescope on Kitt Peak in Arizona.
This instrument is currently the only one commercially available with such characteristics and completely different from other products used in advanced surgical coagulation of the liver, It is also compatible with the use of the ultrasonic dissector used in the department, Determines lower blood loss and faster conduct of the intervention.
NZNO's Perioperative Nurses College journal The Dissector is now available electronically via the Gale Academic OneFile database.
The company's SILS[TM] Clinch, SILS[TM] Hook, SILS[TM] Shears and SILS[TM] Dissector (shown) offer:
The company released SurgiWire Incisionless Dissector for minimally invasive wrinkle release in February of 2006.