prosection

prosection

 [pro-sek´shun]
carefully programmed dissection for demonstration of anatomic structure.

prosection

(prō-sĕk′shŭn) [″ + L. sectio, a cutting]
Dissection for the purpose of demonstrating anatomical structure.
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The route of the practical sessions includes prosection, plastinated pieces, practice with plastic and wax models, osteology, radiological anatomy sessions, videos and multimedia sessions, problem-based learning and skills workshops.
Ms Murphy said members of the Bar Council were "staggered" by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform's response to the DPP, which had presented the prosection barristers case for higher fees.
Sheriff Frances McCartney said she was satisfied there was reasonable doubt about the prosection's case and acquitted Mr Storer on both charges.
Plain clothes officers conducted patrols in Soho Road, Handsworth at the weekend and caught eight men who will face prosection.
Businesses ranging from pubs to hair salons have been inspected - and have been told to carry out checks to avoid the risk of prosection.
Their testimonies prompted the prosecutor to launch a criminal prosection.Two police officers who testified in the case of the abduction of the Vietnamese businessman Trin Xuan Thanh, confirmed that they saw the man being dragged onto the Slovak governmental airplane.
A Presidential aspirant of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Chief John Dara, has challenged President Muhammodu Buhari over his administration's seriousness in the prosection of the anti-corruption crusade, saying, 'the APC administration is just fighting the shadow of corruption'.
Students from both institutions can work together to prosection a cadaver, which can take 50 to 100 hours.
BERLIN, March 25 (KUNA) -- Catalonia's ex-president Carles Puigdemont is to appear before a judge after he was detained by German police upon a European arrest warrant issued by Spain, the German general prosection said on Sunday.
A notice for a permanent exemption from appearing before the court in the cases was issued to the prosection. The hearing was then adjourned until March 13.
A Notice of Intended Prosection (NIP) was sent, requiring Mrs Haslam as the vehicle's registered keeper to declare who was driving the car at the time of the offence.
Speaking before Guy was sentenced, prosection barrister Caroline Rees read out a part of the victims personal statement to the court.