Definition of Exsects
1. exsect [v] - See also: exsect
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Literary usage of Exsects
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1. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye by John Soelberg Wells (1883)
"The fibrous capsule of the globe being then completely detached, he divides and exsects the optic and ciliary nerves, and then reat- taches the tendons of ..."
2. Buffalo Medical Journal (1846)
"I remember now to say, that he exsects. enlarged tonsils, as do most Parisian surgeons', with a common bistoury and forceps; I still however should give the ..."
3. Illustrated manual of operative surgery and surgical anatomy by Claude Bernard (1864)
"After removing the granulations upon the conjunctiva, Weller exsects a strip of the tarsal cartilage one or two lines in width, taking care not to injure ..."
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