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incision in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincisionin‧ci‧sion /ɪnˈsɪʒən/ noun [countable]  MHCUTa neat cut made into something, especially during a medical operation
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incisionTop left: failed wound: a clean contaminated abdominal incision.All incisions should be thoroughly sealed after suturing.Make several deep incisions in the beef fillet using a small knife.Longitudinal dorsal incision of the constricting band followed by transverse suture results in a fully mobile foreskin.Treatment Progress Since 1980, treatment for serious kidney stones has moved from huge incisions, to punctures, to non-invasive techniques.Her mouth was a thread-like incision above almost a double chin.The resulting incisions do not bear thinking about.