sectio

sec·ti·o

, pl.

sec·ti·o·nes

(sek'shē-ō, sek-shē-ō'nēz),
In anatomy, a subdivision or segment.
[L.]

sectio

/sec·tio/ (sek´she-o) pl. sectio´nes   [L.] section.

sec·ti·o

, pl. sectiones (sek'shē-ō, -ō'nēz)
anatomy A subdivision or segment.
[L.]

sectio

pl. sectiones [L.] section.
References in classic literature ?
In a transverse sectio within these valleys, the bottom is nearly level, or rises bu very little towards either side.
Tenders are invited for collection of traffic data by use of automated traffic counter and classification system supported with video based traffic survey on 24x7x365 basis in free flow mode of traffic on toll plazas under gurgaon-jaipur and jaipur-kishangarh sectio
MGH Legum Sectio IV: Constitutiones et acta publica imperatorum et regum, vol.
They were visible above a thick layer of ash with chunks of AaAeAeA concrete and sectio of sheet metal strewn around.
Annales Universitotis Scientiarum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eotvos nominatoe, Sectio Geologica 24, 207-233.
16% +8 [micro]m fentanyl) Phase of labor Dilation Dilation Cesarean sectio at onset Time to onset 115 130 95 (min) Complications Brachial No No plexus palsy Level of T2 T3 T2 sensory block Source: Authors.
Sit elliptica sectio AB facta secundum diametrum maiorem et sit truncata in altero vertice secundum lineam ordinatim applicatam transeuntem per punctum ex comparatone, ut est AC, circa quam AC circumvoluatur AB, fiet ex ea circumvolutione, ac signabitur concava superficies elliptica.
Its daily lunch and dinner buffets at the CafAaAaAeA@ Ilang-Ilang offer a substantial Halal sectio laden with a meze of starters, several main courses, various breads, vegetable side dishes, and a shawarma corner.
8 Female 12 (70%) Delivery by cesarean sectio 3 (18%) Being born in the same center 1 (5%) Age at the time of grouping (a) 5.
the terminology used by Leonardo da Vinci, Luca Pacioli and Johannes Kepler; the latter used also the term sectio proportionalis):