Medical Definition of Exsection
1. Rarely used term for excision. (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exsection
Literary usage of Exsection
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1889)
"A CASE OF exsection OF THE ENTIRE ULNA, WITH RESECTION OF THE ... Wyeth shows in a woodcut the result of a subperiosteal exsection of the ..."
2. A Text-book on surgery by John Allan Wyeth (1890)
"The removal of neoplasms may require the exsection of a part of the intestinal canal ... exsection will afford a more satisfactory result in the majority of ..."
3. A Collection of Remarkable Cases in Surgery by Paul Fitzsimmons Eve (1857)
"exsection OP JOINTS. ... first exsection of the hip-joint successfully performed ; subsequent death from phthisis. By Mr. Anthony White, of Manchester, ..."
4. Putnam's Word Book: A Practical Aid in Expressing Ideas Through the Use of by Louis Andrew Flemming (1913)
"... exsection. cut to pieces. dissect, mutilate, dismember. cut up. afflict, grieve, distress, harry; play pranks, play tricks, cut capers, ..."