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incised

/in·cised/ (in-sīzd´) cut; made by cutting.
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Tubularized incised plate hypospadias repair for proximal hypospadias.
All the material was shipped to one treating plant in British Columbia where, for most species (Table 1), one incised and one unincised sample from each board were treated using a 2 percent solution of Type C CCA and a treating schedule consisting of 0.
Comprehensive analysis of six years experience in tubularised incised plate urethroplasty and its extended application in primary and secondary hypospadias repair.
The letters are incised but are not filled with niello.
In determining types, the following features were examined: density and extent of shell papillation, pronouncement and continuity of incised spiral grooves, whorl number, percent umbilicus occlusion, height (H), and diameter (D).
A bird perches on the deer's back end and small concentric circles are incised on her body.
Santa Clara Pueblo is located 45 miles north of Santa Fe and has a long tradition of creating deeply incised blackware pottery.
It is one of the most common of the simple, incised motifs which accompany many epitaphs in the catacombs of Rome and elsewhere (the earliest known example being found in Asia Minor).
A pottery fragment found at the Israeli site bears the incised symbol of King Narmer, one of the earliest known Egyptian rulers.
Clad by Joke Visser in skin-simple black trunks for the men, black leotards and sheer tights for the women, the performers manipulated strange stones incised with hieroglyphs.
Planters rest on a concrete floor incised with a tile pattern.
Unlike other tissue coagulation methods that tend to destroy tissue by charring, searing and necrosis, the CSMG-patented technology bonds and reconnects incised tissue using a patented low-heat delivery method aimed at restoring the normal functions of the live organs and tissue.