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Section

The distinct and numbered subdivisions in legal codes, statutes, and textbooks. In the law of real property, a parcel of land equal in area to one square mile, or 640 acres.

section

(Division), noun category, class, component, department, detachment, fraction, group, grouping, part, segment, separate part, subdivision, subgroup

section

(Vicinity), noun area, block, clime, demesne, environs, field, locale, locality, location, locus, milieu, neighborhood, parcel of land, part, plot, plot of ground, plot of land, province, purlieus, regio, region, territory, tract, vicinage, vicinitas
Associated concepts: block, plot, and section
See also: article, aspect, chamber, chapter, circuit, clause, component, constituent, cross, decentralization, denomination, department, detail, dichotomize, disjoint, district, divide, division, element, heading, ingredient, installment, interest, locality, location, member, moiety, organ, parcel, part, partition, phase, pigeonhole, place, portion, province, region, segment, separate, share, split, subdivision, subheading, territory, title
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To identify the effects of estrogens and androgens on the sex phenotype, we determined localization of brain aromatase activity in coronal sections as described above.
Figure 3b: T2 weighted MRI Coronal section showing high intensity soft tissue signals occupying the region middle meatus extending above to the fovea ethmoidalis and laterally into the orbit, the lesion is extra dural.
Kidneys were removed after dissection, examined grossly and also after making coronal section.
We used serial coronal sections from frozen rat brains at the caudate-putamen (CP) level (anteroposterior: 0.
Brains were mounted on a freezing stage of a sliding cryostat (Microm-HM505E; Zeiss, Wallford, Germany), and a serial set of representative coronal sections (30 [micro]m) was selected at an interval of 240 [micro]m for amino cupric silver staining procedures according to previously published methods (de Olmos et al.
Coronal sections of cerebral hemispheres showed diffuse and multiple foci of hemorrhagic necrosis in both gray and white matter.
The scan should include thin-cut coronal sections, and most importantly it should include contrast, without which it can be easy to miss sites of infection.
Seven MRI sections were taken to measure thickness at standard anatomical landmarks--one sagittal section, one parasagittal section at the level of midorbit, two coronal sections, and three transverse (axial) sections.