Divulsion - definition of divulsion by The Free Dictionary
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a tearing or pulling apart
[C17: from Latin dīvulsiō, from dīvulsus torn apart, from dīvellere to rend, from di-2 + vellere to pull]
n. divulsión, separación o desprendimiento.
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5 cm skin incision, divulsion
of the subcutaneous and muscle planes using curved hemostatic forceps with penetration into the pleural cavity near the superior border of the rib.
The midline incision is continued by divulsion
with blunt-pointed scissors up to the xiphoid process, followed by additional incisions to amplify the surgical fields (Figure 1A).
Una vez practicado el corte cutaneo, se procedio a la divulsion
roma del tejido conectivo con tijera.
The only identity landmark, despite the massive depreciation remains Asan's Mill (see figure 5) Unfortunately, as the current situation presents itself, the whole interior brings a divulsion
of the overall urban fabric.
Se desplazo el prepucio hacia el lado opuesto a la linea de incision, para continuar con la divulsion
del tejido subcutaneo y posteriormente incidir la linea alba.
It was made the divulsion
of the neoformation and of the third phalange with a surgical scissor which was subsequently removed.