myotomy

[n] - surgical incision or division of a muscle
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Myotomy

An operation to divide a muscle.
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Myotomy

My·ot'o·my noun [ Myo- + Greek ... to cut: confer French myotomie .] The dissection, or that part of anatomy which treats of the dissection, of muscles.
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myotomy

noun surgical incision or division of a muscle
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myotomy

(mi-ot´ә-me) cutting or dissection of muscular tissue or of a muscle.
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Myotomy

• (n.) The dissection, or that part of anatomy which treats of the dissection, of muscles.
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myotomy

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī-ot′ō-mē Definitions: 1. Anatomy or dissection of the muscles. 2. Surgical division of a muscle.
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Myotomy

Myotomy describes a surgical procedure in which muscle is cut. A common example of a myotomy is the Heller myotomy. ...
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