condylotomy

condylotomy

 [kon″dĭ-lot´ah-me]
transection of a condyle.

con·dy·lot·o·my

(kon'di-lot'ō-mē),
Division, without removal, of a condyle.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + tomē, incision]

condylotomy

/con·dy·lot·o·my/ (-lot´ah-me) transection of a condyle.

condylotomy

(kŏn′dl-ŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical incision or division of a condyle.

con·dy·lot·o·my

(kon'di-lot'ŏ-mē)
Division, without removal, of a condyle.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + tomē, incision]

con·dy·lot·o·my

(kon'di-lot'ŏ-mē)
Division, without removal, of a condyle.
[G. kondylos, condyle, + tomē, incision]

condylotomy (kän´dilot´ōmē),

n a surgical division through, without removal of, a condyle; or removal of a portion, usually the articular surface, of a condyle.

condylotomy

transection of a condyle.
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