n.1.(Med.) A depression, or inward sinking of parts.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Femoral anatomic axis was drawn as a line connecting that point to the center point of transepicondyle introcession. Then the cutting was made 9 mm above the lowest point of the medial condyle of distal femur with 6[degrees] valgus from the femoral anatomic axis.
Pinostrobin attached to the surface of viral lipid envelope and resulted in initial introcession. The envelope desquamated within the following 3 h.
Introcessions were frequently found on the envelope of virions (Fig.