myotomy

[mahy-ot-uh-mee]

noun, plural my·ot·o·mies. Surgery.

incision of a muscle.

Origin of myotomy

From the New Latin word myotomia, dating back to 1670–80. See myo-, -tomy
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myotomy in Medicine

myotomy

[mī-ŏtə-mē]

n.

Dissection of the muscles.
Surgical division of a muscle.
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