enterotomy definition

  • noun:
    • medical cut in to the bowel.
    • incision into the intestine
    • Incision of this intestines, especially in lowering specific situations of hernia.
    • In anatomy, dissection for the bowels or intestines.
    • In surgery, cut of this intestine, like in the procedure for artificial rectum, or even for the removal of an obstruction.
    • surgical procedure that produces a permanent opening through the stomach wall surface in to the intestine
    • medical cut into the bowel.
    • incision in to the intestine
    • Incision associated with intestines, particularly in reducing particular instances of hernia.
    • In anatomy, dissection for the bowels or intestines.
    • In surgery, incision of the bowel, like in the procedure for artificial anal area, or for removing an obstruction.
    • medical procedure that creates a permanent orifice through the stomach wall in to the intestine
    • medical incision to the intestine.
    • cut to the intestine
    • Incision of this intestines, especially in lowering certain cases of hernia.
    • In anatomy, dissection associated with bowels or intestines.
    • In surgery, incision for the intestine, like in the procedure for artificial anal area, and for the removal of an obstruction.
    • surgical operation that produces a permanent opening through abdominal wall surface to the intestine

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