v. t.1.(Anat.) To divide along the mesial plane.
[imp. & p. p. Hemisected; p. pr. & vb. n. Hemisecting.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The decision was taken to hemisect the mesial root, as the distal root and furcation bone was relatively unaffected.
Hemisected mandibles of mice with intact teeth were fixed in 10 percent formalin.
Han et al., "Collagen scaffolds modified with collagen-binding bFGF promotes the neural regeneration in a rat hemisected spinal cord injury model," Science China Life Sciences, vol.
TN-C deficient animals subjected to hemisection in the lumbar spinal cord showed increased numbers of neurofilament-positive fibers along the hemisected edges of the spinal cord [188].
Cylindrical DEPS that was extruded by the injection mold was hemisected to flatten, and then rolled for storage.
The authors proceeded as follows: first, they hemisected the third and fourth mandibular premolars (P3, P4) of a Beagle dog, keeping only the buccal fragment of the distal roots in situ, 1mm coronal to the bone level [19].
The enucleated eyes were hemisected. The posterior retina and choroid were isolated by a 7 mm surgical trephine.
An additional hemisection was performed on 12 of the 24 hemisected rats, 6 weeks after the first hemisection.
Each eyeball was cleaned of all fascia and extraocular musculature and hemisected longitudinally into temporal and nasal halves.
For testing, a planarian was placed in a hemisected, water-filled straw with cotton balls at both ends.
The maxillary jaws were hemisected, and half of the block samples including molars with their surrounding tissues were submitted to routine histological processing for stereometry and immunohistochemistry.