Angiotomy



angiotomy

angiotomy an·gi·ot·o·my (ān’jē-ŏt’ə-mē)
n.
Incision into a blood vessel.

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    angiotonia angiotonia an·gi·o·to·ni·a (ān’jē-ō-tō’nē-ə) n. See vasotonia. an’gi·o·ton’ic (-tŏn’ĭk) adj.

  • Angiotribe

    angiotribe angiotribe an·gi·o·tribe (ān’jē-ə-trīb’) n. A strong forceps used to arrest hemorrhage by crushing the end of a blood vessel and the tissue in which it is embedded.



  • Angiotrophic

    angiotrophic angiotrophic an·gi·o·troph·ic (ān’jē-ō-trŏf’ĭk) adj. Relating to the nutrition of the blood vessels or lymphatics.

  • Angiotripsy

    angiotripsy angiotripsy an·gi·o·trip·sy (ān’jē-ə-trĭp’sē) n. Use of an angiotribe to arrest hemorrhage. Also called vasotripsy.



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