hemisection


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hemisection

 [hem″e-sek´shun]
1. division into two equal parts.
2. surgical removal of one root of a large mandibular molar along with the corresponding crown area.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn),
Surgical removal of a root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.

hemisection

/hemi·sec·tion/ (-sek´shun)
1. division into two equal parts.
2. surgical division of a multiple rooted tooth from the crown to the furcation with removal of a root and part of the crown.

hemisection

[-sek′shən]
Etymology: Gk, hemi, half; L, sectare, to cut
half of a body or other object divided along a longitudinal plane, producing two lateral halves. Also called bisection.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn)
Surgical removal of a root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn)
Surgical removal of tooth root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.

hemisection,

n the complete sectioning through the crown of a tooth into the furcation region.

hemisection

division into two equal parts; bisection.
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Achilles tendon lengthening by triple hemisection in adult.
Juvenile and adult rat models of spinal cord injury were established by left segmental hemisection of the cervical spinal cord after a C3-C4 laminectomy.
Behavioral recovery induced by applied electric fields after spinal cord hemisection in guinea pig.
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Management strategies include either extraction of the whole unit, separation and retention of both units, hemisection and extraction of one unit or reshaping the crown of the tooth [Karacay et al.
These properties have led to an increased usage of olfactory ensheathing cells in preclinical models of transplantation for spinal cord repair including complete transection, hemisection, tract lesion, and contusion with over 50 published studies in the last 10 years (27-33).
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Transplantation of genetically modified fibroblasts expressing BDNF in adult rats with a subtotal hemisection improves specific motor and sensory functions, Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2001:15:141-50.
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Joseph's compassion for Benjamin foreshadows the compassion the author of the Book of Kings ascribes to the mother of a baby whom King Solomon ostensibly threatens with hemisection but spares, despite the fact that the false mother wishes him to divide the baby.