noun, plural lo·bot·o·mies.Surgery.
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noun plural -mies
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A surgical incision into one or more of the nerve masses in the front of the brain. A lobotomy may be performed for the relief of certain mental disorders, although it has been largely abandoned in favor of less radical treatments.