Rectostomy



rectostomy rec·tos·to·my (rěk-tŏs’tə-mē)
n.
See proctostomy.

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    rectourethral muscle rec·to·u·re·thral muscle (rěk’tō-yu-rē’thrəl) n. Smooth muscle fibers that pass forward from the longitudinal muscle layer of the rectum to the spongy membrane just beyond the bulb of the penis.



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