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Pneumoperitoneum was then deflated and ports were removed under direct vision.
Dentists often turn their necks to the left while bending their head to the right for direct vision.
Biopsies were performed under direct vision in all suspicious areas (Figure 1) and systematically in several parts of the parietal pleura for cytological and pathological examinations (Figure 2).
If the right-handed dentist is working on the buccal surfaces of the maxillary left posteriors, the dentist may position his or her body on the left side of the patient's mouth in order to obtain a direct vision view of those surfaces.
Morcellation is performed under direct vision (after undocking the robotic patient side-cart) using a 15-mm mechanical device placed either in the camera port or the left upper quadrant assistant port.
A man with clear and direct vision, Omar could always come up with sensible ideas to sort out difficult questions.
Astro filed a law suit with an international arbitration court in Singapore against PT Ayunda, PT First Media, and PT Direct Vision demanding the return of an investment of RM 905 million (around Rp 2.
The works that are about the notion of mirroring, such as Buco (Hole), 1963-65, and Mezzo specchiato mezzo trasparente (Halfreflective, Half-transparent), 1965, create, instead, a short circuit between reflection and direct vision, between reverberation and concealment.
The SpyGlass System will allow a single physician to perform both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures under direct vision.
Finally, there is no good way to prevent paravalvular leakage, which can be difficult even under direct vision through an incision.
The tribunal altered the seating arrangements to ensure Parker was out of her direct vision.
Dante marks the stages of the mortal wayfarer's participation in divinity from oblique reflection in Purgatory, and an aborted attempt at direct vision at the beginning of the celestial voyage, to the final, direct infusion of divine light required for a vision of the Incarnation.