Examples of incision in a Sentence
the surgeon made a thin incision with the scalpel
Recent Examples of incision from the Web
Concealed underneath a shirt and protective wrap is a grim souvenir of his days in the hospital: A 12-inch long incision, pinkish-red in color.
The same-day procedure uses a smaller, 3-inch incision and the minimally invasive technique on a specialized surgical table results in less damage to the muscles around the hip and less post-operative pain.
Brown will now need a laser to minimize the incision scar.
Now, almost four hours after the first incision, history’s first transplanted human heart was in place.
Diagnosis is done using laparoscopy, in which a surgeon inserts a lighted viewing instrument called a laparoscope through a small incision.
My healing process was very quick, with only a three-inch incision.
To completely repair one patient’s injury would be to let another bleed out, so Sunrise’s surgeons did the bare minimum: Find the hole, stop the bleeding, and seal the incision with a sponge.
Health regulators restrict Kaplan from performing cosmetic surgery involving an incision after he is accused of bungling an implant surgery in 2005.
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medical Definition of incision
- the surgeon's incision of the tissues
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