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transection

 [tran-sek´shun]
a cross section; division by cutting transversely.

tran·sec·tion

(tran-sek'shŭn),
1. A cross-section.
2. Cutting across.
Synonym(s): transsection
[trans- + L. seco, pp. sectus, to cut]

transection

/tran·sec·tion/ (tran-sek´shun) a cross section; division by cutting transversely.

transection

tran·sec·tion

(tran-sek'shŭn)
1. A cross-section.
2. Cutting across.
Synonym(s): transsection.
[trans- + L. seco, pp. sectus, to cut]

transection

a cross-section; division by cutting transversely.
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The basilar artery transection is extensively evaluated in our case with radiology and pathology correlation.
Transection injuries were common in cases with history of jumping in front of train.
Choosing the optimal tools and techniques for parenchymal liver transection.
At the early postoperative stage, prosthesis reimplantation resulted in excessive tension and eventually in indirect transection of the popliteal artery during modest knee movement, though we could not completely exclude the possibility that this injury could also have happened intraoperatively during scar excision, causing the vessel to spasm, and not bleed until after the operation.
In this report, we describe a rare case of a near-complete aortic transection that was successfully managed by a novel cardiopulmonary bypass technique that involved the cannulation of pulmonary artery and the descending aorta.
As such, vessel transection has traditionally been approached with open vascular reconstruction.
In patients with a complete duct transection, the previously placed percutaneous transhepatic biliary drains were located.
Delivers a more targeted tissue transection with each firing
Complete cervical tracheal transection from blunt trauma.
A total number of 25 patients were included in the study who presented with a transection or laceration of the common hepatic or the common bile duct also classified as a major bile duct injury which was recog-nized on magnetic resonance cholangiopancreaticogra-phy.
CT of the chest showed partial transection of the aorta involving descending aorta just distal to the origin of left subclavian artery with a proximal intimal flap and a pseudoaneurysm.
Four of the 12 treated animals had complete recovery of this ability--back to normal, prespinal transection function --while the remaining 8 in the treated group could walk, but not 100% normally.