Bischof myelotomy

Bisch·of my·e·lot·o·my

(bish'of),
longitudinal incision of the spinal cord through the lateral column for treatment of spasticity of the lower extremities.

Bisch·of my·e·lot·o·my

(bish'of mī'ĕ-lot'ŏ-mē)
Longitudinal incision of the spinal cord through the lateral column for treatment of spasticity of the lower extremities.

Bischof,

W., 20th century German neurosurgeon.
Bischof corona
Bischof myelotomy - longitudinal incision of the spinal cord through the lateral column for treatment of spasticity of the lower extremities.
Bischof operation
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