I go to the dissection hall at daybreak and then to the hospital.
Dissection proves that they have the appropriate organs of generation.
The operation is attended by few difficulties, and is superior to one in which dissection or cutting is employed.
No account has yet been given of the dissection of an individual so constituted.
To define the beauty, the supreme concentration of the Entombment, without by dissection killing it, is a task of difficulty.
There I cut his throat and after breakfast commenced the dissection.
Take time for the dissection, and save the specimen in dilute alcohol.
The first Ptolemy also fostered the study of medicine and of dissection.
Analysis of that will discover an anatomy complete enough to those who enjoy that kind of dissection.
The directions he gives for dissection show that he was a master of the art.
dissection 1580s, introduced by Francis Bacon, from M.Fr. dissection, from M.L. dissectionem, from stem of L. dissecare "cut in pieces," from dis- "apart" + secare "to cut" (see section).