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incised

/in·cised/ (in-sīzd´) cut; made by cutting.
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Drying specimens were incised with three incising densities: 0 (unincised), 1,250, and 2,500 holes per [m.
The urethral plate was then incised in the midline from the meatus distally.
Tubularized incised plate proximal hypospadias repair: Continued evolution and extended applications.
One practitioner who demonstrated the inkmaking process for me held a cast-iron pan over an oil lamp, burning ghee; as soon as enough lampblack formed on the pan bottom, he inverted the pan and wiped off the lampblack with his finger, then applied it to the incised leaf.
Comprehensive analysis of six years experience in tubularised incised plate urethroplasty and its extended application in primary and secondary hypospadias repair.
Inked and incised texts pose different problems that call for different imaging solutions.
On Erromango, Bedford has reconstructed a 1000-year sequence, starting with Lapita, continuing with globular outcurving Ponamla wares, characterized at the start by mostly plain pots before the development of multiple incised and fingernail motifs, and then the mostly globular incurving Ifo wares.
Denis Leamy had an abscess incised and drained yesterday but is not considered a serious concern - along with Gordon D'Arcy, whose groin injury has responded well to treatment.
An otolaryngology consultation was sought, and the abscess was incised and drained.
The building is not structurally fractured, despite its deeply incised footprint and roof plan ridges that trace a series of notional fault lines.
His images appear both set atop and incised into the picture plane, suggesting a fusion of engraving plate and slightly out-of-register print.
The abscess was incised and drained, and cultures were obtained.