[ skli-rot-uh-mee ]
/ sklɪˈrɒt ə mi /
noun, plural scle·rot·o·mies.Surgery.
incision into the sclera, as to extract foreign bodies.
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Words nearby sclerotomy
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Example sentences from the Web for sclerotomy
Sclerotomy is an operation undertaken for the relief of increased intra-ocular tension.
Failing this, sclerotomy should be performed; the prognosis is not nearly so good when the increased tension is due to this cause.
British Dictionary definitions for sclerotomy
/ (sklɪəˈrɒtəmɪ) /
noun plural -mies
surgical incision into the sclera
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Medical definitions for sclerotomy
[ sklə-rŏt′ə-mē ]
Incision through the sclera of the eye.
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