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dis·sec·tor

(dis-ek'tŏr), Avoid the mispronunciation dī'sek-tĕr.
1. One who dissects.
2. A written guide for dissection.
3. Instrument for dissecting.

dissector

Surgery A surgical instrument used to separate one tissue or tissue plane from another. See Endoscopy.

dis·sec·tor

(di-sek'tŏr)
1. One who dissects.
2. A written guide for dissection.
3. Instrument for dissecting.
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He assumes no prior knowledge and identifies physiological landmarks to help guide the novice dissector.
Hamdi J et al reported that dissection from the midclavicular cannula with right hand with the lateral displacement of the neck of the gallbladder using the left hand through the subxiphoid cannula is difficult because the tip of the dissector will lose its perpendicular angle to the dissection plane and become positioned with a very narrow angle.1 We solved that problem using a thirty degree telescope and retracting hartmann's pouch mediallly while camera was showing from lateral and laterally while camera was showing from medial.
The Anatomy Tour Time keeps the students who are acting as readers involved with the dissection by researching valid information on the structures as they are dissected and sharing their findings with the dissectors. Having specific responsibilities that occupy their time during the laboratory session has kept the students on topic and reduced their inattention.
Dissector: And remember kids, you can supersize your Ghoulunatics membership by sending at least one jar of cabbage to Dissector, care of Ghoul.
The Dissector writing guidelines are on the College website, or a committee member can email them to you.
The first edition of The Dissector was mailed, free of charge, to all those who had attended the 1973 seminar.
In 2012 Karen spent endless hours in the NZNO head office library going through all the issues of The Dissector to collate a detailed history of the College.
The company's SILS[TM] Clinch, SILS[TM] Hook, SILS[TM] Shears and SILS[TM] Dissector (shown) offer:
With two new Editorial Committee members now working on The Dissector, this seems an appropriate time to highlight the current team responsible for producing the editorial material for your journal.
* a MINNZ nurse is to be appointed an ex-officio member for The Dissector editorial committee;