caliorrhaphy

ca·li·or·rha·phy

(kā'lē-ōr'a-fē),
1. Suturing of a calix.
2. Plastic surgery of a dilated or obstructed calix to improve urinary drainage, often requiring combination of two or more calices or the massive movement of renal pelvic epithelium to rebuild the caliceal drainage system.
[calix, + G. rhaphē, suture, seam]

caliorrhaphy

(kā′lē-ôr′ə-fē)
n.
1. The suturing of a calix.
2. Reconstructive surgery on a dilated or obstructed calix to improve urinary drainage.

ca·li·or·rha·phy

(kā'lē-ōr'ă-fē)
1. Suturing of a calyx.
2. Plastic surgery of a dilated or obstructed calyx to improve urinary drainage, often requiring combination of two or more calyces or the massive movement of renal pelvic mucosa to rebuild the calyceal drainage system.
[calix, + G. rhaphē, suture, seam]