Fergusson incision

Fer·gus·son in·ci·sion

(fer'gŭs-ŏn),
an incision used in maxillectomy, along the junction of the nose and cheek, and bisecting the upper lip.

Fer·gus·son in·ci·sion

(fĕr'gŭ-sŏn in-sizhŭn)
An incision used in maxillectomy, along the junction of the nose and cheek, and bisecting the upper lip.

Fergusson,

Sir William, Scottish surgeon, 1808-1877.
Fergusson incision - an incision used in maxillectomy, along the junction of cheek and nose, to bisect the upper lip.