adhesiotomy
ad·he·si·ot·o·my (ăd-hē'zē-ŏtʹə-mē) n. pl. ad·he·si·ot·o·mies
Surgical division or separation of adhesions.

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  • adhesiolysis — Severing of adhesive band(s); done by laparoscopy or laparotomy. [adhesion + lysis] * * * ad·he·si·ol·y·sis (ad he″se olґĭ sis) adhesiotomy …   Medical dictionary

  • colliotomy — Obsolete term for adhesiotomy. [G. kolla, glue, + G. tome, incision] …   Medical dictionary

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