labyrinthotomy

(lab″ә-rin-thot´ә-me) incision into the inner ear.
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labyrinthotomy

<procedure> Incision into the labyrinth. ... Origin: Labyrinth + G. Tome, incision ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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labyrinthotomy

labyrinthotomy Surgical incision into the labyrinth; such as, the internal ear or the auris interna which is the labyrinth, consisting of the vestibule, cochlea, cochlear, vestibular aqueducts, semicircular canals; and, according to many authorities, the mastoid bone.
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labyrinthotomy

Type: Term Pronunciation: lab′i-rin-thot′ŏ-mē Definitions: 1. Incision into the labyrinth.
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