tenotomy

[tuh-not-uh-mee]
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noun, plural te·not·o·mies. Surgery.

the cutting of a tendon.

Origin of tenotomy

First recorded in 1835–45; teno- + -tomy
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British Dictionary definitions for tenotomy

tenotomy

noun plural -mies

surgical division of a tendon
Derived Formstenotomist, noun
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tenotomy in Medicine

tenotomy

[tĕ-nŏtə-mē]

n.

The surgical division of a tendon to correct a deformity caused by congenital or acquired shortening of a muscle, as for the correction of strabismus.tendotomy
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