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.
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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.
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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.
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