noun, plural neu·rec·to·mies. Surgery.
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This we learn from a letter written by him to Sewell, in which he laid claim to being the originator of neurectomy.
Its consequences are not so serious as those of neurectomy, and it decongests tissues which neurectomy congests.
In that case, neurectomy must necessarily be performed again.
No neurectomy should be undertaken unless this contingency has been allowed for.
There are few cases then, where neurectomy is materially helpful.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix