Saemisch section

Sae·misch sec·tion

(sā'mish),
procedure of transfixing the cornea beneath an ulcer and then cutting from within outward through the base.

Sae·misch sec·tion

(sā'mish sek'shŭn)
Procedure of transfixing the cornea beneath an ulcer and then cutting from within outward through the base.

Saemisch,

Edwin Theodor, German ophthalmologist, 1833-1909.
Saemisch operation
Saemisch section - procedure of transfixing the cornea beneath an ulcer and then cutting from within outward through the base.
Saemisch ulcer - a form of serpiginous keratitis, frequently accompanied by hypopyon.