laparectomy

laparectomy

[lap′ərek′təmē]
the surgical excision of tissue from the abdomen wall, usually performed to correct muscle laxity.

lap·a·rec·to·my

(lap'ă-rek'tŏ-mē)
Stripping of tissue from the abdominal wall, usually done to correct muscular laxity.

laparectomy

(lap″ă-rek′tŏ-mē) [ laparo- + -ectomy]
A procedure in which parts of the abdominal wall are excised to alleviate muscle weakness.
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