phacoerysis

phacoerysis

 [fak″o-er´ĭ-sis]
removal of the eye lens in cataract by suction.
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phac·o·er·y·sis

(fak'ō-er'i-sis),
Extraction of the lens of the eye by means of a suction cup called the erysophake.
[phaco- + G. erysis, pulling, drawing off]
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phac·o·er·y·sis

(fak'ō-er'i-sis)
Extraction of the lens of the eye by means of a suction cup called the erysophake.
[phaco- + G. erysis, pulling, drawing off]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012