antrectomy an·trec·to·my (ān-trěk’tə-mē)
Excision of an antrum, such as removing the pyloric antrum of the stomach.
a cavern; cave. Historical Examples He took up the Zoology of Pliny, and pursued his accounts of “antres vast, and men whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders.” Olla Podrida Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat) noun (archaic) a cavern or cave
a county in NE Northern Ireland. 1098 sq. mi. (2844 sq. km). County seat: Belfast. an administrative district in this county. 217 sq. mi. (563 sq. km). Contemporary Examples Taylor Antrim Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned, by Wells Tower. Our Favorite Books of 2009 The Daily Beast December 21, 2009 Antrim sketches his characters—Rotarians, tennis buﬀs, […]
antro- antro- pref. Antrum: antroscope.
antroduodenectomy antroduodenectomy an·tro·du·o·de·nec·to·my (ān’trō-dōō’ō-dn-ěk’tə-mē, -dyōō’-, -dōō-ŏd’n-ěk’tə-mē, -dyōō-) n. Surgical removal of the antrum of the stomach and the ulcer-bearing part of the duodenum.