myotenotomy

myotenotomy

 [mi″o-tĕ-not´ah-me]
surgical division of the tendon of a muscle.
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my·o·te·not·o·my

(mī'ō-te-not'ō-mē),
Cutting through the principal tendon of a muscle, with division of the muscle itself in whole or in part.
[myo- + G. tenōn, tendon, + tomē, incision]
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myotenotomy

(mī′ō-tĕ-nŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Cutting through the principal tendon of a muscle, with partial or complete division of the muscle itself.
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my·o·te·not·o·my

(mī'ō-te-not'ŏ-mē)
Cutting through the principal tendon of a muscle, with division of the muscle itself in whole or in part.
Synonym(s): tenomyotomy.
[myo- + G. tenōn, tendon, + tomē, incision]
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