ventriculectomy

ven·tric·u·lec·to·my

(ven-trik'yū-lek'tŏ-mē),
In cardiology, surgical reduction of the ventricle.
[ventricul- + -ectomy]

ventriculectomy

removal of the mucosa lining the lateral ventricles of the larynx for the relief of laryngeal hemiplegia in horses. The operation is performed through a laryngotomy incision in the cricothyroid membrane. It may be supplemented by the insertion of a laryngeal prosthesis.
References in periodicals archive ?
Batista, "Improved Left Ventricular Contraction and Energetics in a Patient with Chagas' Disease Undergoing Partial Left Ventriculectomy," Journal of Cardiac Surgery, vol.
Partial left ventriculectomy in pediatric end-stage dilated cardiomyopathy.
Partial left ventriculectomy (Batista procedure) is no longer popular due to poor long-term outcomes.
Partial left ventriculectomy for dilated cardiomyopathy: Is this an alternative to transplantation.
Partial left ventriculectomy combined with transmyocardial laser revascularization.
MUNICH -- A novel surgical method reduces the left ventricular volume of patients with cardiomyopathy without using ventriculectomy.
In the short-term, the technique, also known as partial left ventriculectomy (PLV), does improve some CHF symptoms, including fatigue, breathlessness, and fluid accumulation in the lungs and limbs.
Surgical techniques to treat CHF like cardiomyoplasty, left partial ventriculectomy, and reconstruction of mitral valve complex did not bring substantial benefit.
A case of Uhl anomaly treated with one and a half ventricle repair combined with partial right ventriculectomy in infancy.