Histotomy

His·tot'o·my noun [ Greek ... tissue + ... to cut.] The dissection of organic tissues.
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histotomy

<procedure> The dissection of organic tissues. ... Origin: Gr. Tissue + to cut. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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histotomy

(his-tot´ә-me) dissection of tissues; microtomy.
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Histotomy

• (n.) The dissection of organic tissues.
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histotomy

histotomy, microtomy The preparation (cutting) of thin sections of tissues for examination under the microscope.
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histotomy

Type: Term Pronunciation: his-tot′ŏ-mē Synonyms: microtomy
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