prosection

prosection

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

prosection

/pro·sec·tion/ (-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.

prosection

carefully programmed dissection for demonstration of structure.
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A notice for a permanent exemption from appearing before the court in the cases was issued to the prosection.
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