meatotomy

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meatotomy

 [me″ah-tot´ah-me]
incision of an acoustic or urinary meatus in order to enlarge it.

me·a·tot·o·my

(mē'ă-tot'ŏ-mē),
An incision made to enlarge a meatus, for example, of the urethra or ureter.
[meato- + G. tomē, incision]

meatotomy

/me·a·tot·o·my/ (-tot´ah-me) incision of an acoustic or urinary meatus to enlarge it.

meatotomy

(mē′ə-tŏt′ə-mē)
n.
A surgical incision made to enlarge a meatus, as of the urethra or ureter.

meatotomy

A surgical procedure used to enlarge the urethral meatus.

me·a·tot·o·my

(mē'ă-tot'ŏ-mē)
An incision made to enlarge a meatus, e.g., of the urethra or ureter.
[meato- + G. tomē, incision]

meatotomy

incision of the urinary meatus in order to enlarge it.