neurosarcocleisis


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neurosarcocleisis

 [noor″o-sahr″ko-kli´sis]
an operation for neuralgia, done by relieving pressure on the affected nerve by partial resection of the bony canal through which it passes and transplanting the nerve among soft tissues.
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neu·ro·sar·co·clei·sis

(nū'rō-sar'kō-klī'sis),
An operation for the relief of neuralgia, consisting of resection of one of the walls of an osseous canal traversed by the nerve and transposition of the nerve into the soft tissues.
[neuro- + G. sarx, flesh, + kleisis, closure]
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neu·ro·sar·co·clei·sis

(nūr'ō-sahr-kō-klī'sis)
An operation for the relief of neuralgia, consisting of resection of one of the walls of an osseous canal traversed by the nerve and transposition of the nerve into the soft tissues.
[neuro- + G. sarx, flesh, + kleisis, closure]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

neurosarcocleisis

(nū″rō-săr″kō-klī′sĭs) [″ + sarx, flesh, + kleisis, closure]
Operation for the relief of neuralgia by resection of a wall of the osseous canal carrying a nerve and transplanting the nerve to soft tissues.
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