[gang-glee-uh-nek-tuh-mee] /ˌgæŋ gli əˈnɛk tə mi/

noun, plural ganglionectomies. Surgery.
the excision of a .

ganglionectomy gan·gli·on·ec·to·my (gāng’glē-ə-něk’tə-mē)
Excision of a ganglion. Also called gangliectomy.


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