Kondoleon operation


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Kon·do·le·on op·er·a·tion

(kon-dō'lā-ŏn),
excision of strips of subcutaneous connective tissue for the relief of elephantiasis.
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Kondoleon operation

(kŏn′dō-lē′ŏn, kôn′dô-lĕ′ôn)
n.
Excision of strips of subcutaneous connective tissue for the relief of elephantiasis.
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Kon·do·le·on op·er·a·tion

(kon-dō'lē-ŏn op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
Excision of strips of subcutaneous connective tissue for the relief of elephantiasis.
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Kondoleon,

Emmanuel, Greek surgeon, 1879-1939.
Kondoleon operation - excision of strips of subcutaneous connective tissue for the relief of elephantiasis.
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