Leucotomy



[loo-kot-uh-mee] /luˈkɒt ə mi/

noun, plural leucotomies. Chiefly British Surgery.
1.
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/luːˈkɒtəmɪ/
noun
1.
the surgical operation of cutting some of the nerve fibres in the frontal lobes of the brain for treating intractable mental disorders See also lobotomy

leucotomy leu·cot·o·my (lōō-kŏt’ə-mē)
n.
Variant of leukotomy.

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