choledochoplasty cho·led·o·cho·plas·ty (kə-lěd’ə-kō-plās’tē)
Plastic surgery on the common bile duct.


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    choledochorrhaphy cho·led·o·chor·rha·phy (kə-lěd’ə-kôr’ə-fē) n. The suturing together of the divided ends of the common bile duct.

  • Choledochostomy

    [kuh-led-i-kos-tuh-mee, koh-luh-doh-kos-, kol-i-] /kəˌlɛd ɪˈkɒs tə mi, ˌkoʊ lə doʊˈkɒs-, ˌkɒl ɪ-/ noun, plural choledochostomies. Surgery. 1. formation of a temporary opening through the abdominal wall into the common bile duct, usually to remove stones. choledochostomy cho·led·o·chos·to·my (kə-lěd’ə-kŏs’tə-mē) n. The establishment of a fistula into the common bile duct.

  • Choledochotomy

    [kuh-led-i-kot-uh-mee, koh-luh-doh-kot-, kol-i-] /kəˌlɛd ɪˈkɒt ə mi, ˌkoʊ lə doʊˈkɒt-, ˌkɒl ɪ-/ noun, plural choledochotomies. Surgery. 1. incision of the common bile duct. choledochotomy cho·led·o·chot·o·my (kə-lěd’ə-kŏt’ə-mē) n. Incision into the common bile duct.

  • Choledochous

    choledochous cho·led·o·chous (kə-lěd’ə-kəs) adj. Containing or conveying bile.

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