- n. Plural form of incision.
“Three 3 - to 5-millimeter small skin incisions will be created to perform the procedure.”
“It could also accommodate hair-thin incisions and even cross-hatching, which caused endless problems in wood.”
“The operation, later called lobotomy, consisted in incisions that destroyed connections between the prefrontal region and other parts of the brain.”
“There were about a dozen cuts on his left wrist, including shallower cuts made before the main incisions.”
“My incision - one of my internal incisions, that is - aches.”
“It sounds like both surgeries will be done as outpatient procedures ... at least she hasn't mentioned being hospitalized, and she said the incisions will be the size of typical laparoscopic incisions.”
“The method can significantly reduce the need for surgical incisions, meaning far less scarring and shorter recovery times.”
“Still, the new procedure does allow for execution room "incisions," which Braden questioned.”
“It captures the idea of marking goals by making notches or incisions.”
“With a few decisive incisions, headshots of pin-up men and women are sundered and recombined in startling distortions of gender codes or facial features.”
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