Duodenoenterostomy



duodenoenterostomy du·o·de·no·en·ter·os·to·my (dōō’ə-dē’nō-ěn’tə-rŏs’tə-mē, dyōō’-, dōō-ŏd’n-ō-, dyōō-)
n.
The surgical formation of a passage between the duodenum and another part of the intestinal tract.

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