synchondroseotomy

syn·chon·dro·se·ot·o·my

(sin-kon'drō-sē-ot'ŏ-mē),
Operation of cutting through a synchondrosis; specifically, cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and forcibly closing the arch of the pubes; used in the treatment of exstrophy of the bladder.
[synchondrosis + G. tomē, cutting]
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synchondroseotomy

(sĭn′kŏn-drō′sē-ŏt′ə-mē)
n.
A procedure for cutting through a synchondrosis, especially cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and closing the arch of the pubes in the treatment of exstrophy of the bladder.
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syn·chon·dro·se·ot·o·my

(sin'kon-drō'sē-ot'ŏ-mē)
Operation of cutting through a synchondrosis; specifically, cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and forcibly closing the pubic arch; used in the treatment of exstrophy of the bladder.
[synchondrosis + G. tomē, cutting]
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synchondroseotomy

(sĭn″kŏn-drō″sē-ŏt′ō-mē) [″ + chondros, cartilage, + tome, incision]
An operation of cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and closing the arch of the pubes in the congenital absence of the anterior wall of the bladder (exstrophy).
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