noun, plural sclerectomies. Surgery.
excision of part of the sclera.
removal of the adhesions formed in the middle ear during chronic otitis media.

sclerectomy scle·rec·to·my (sklə-rěk’tə-mē)

Excision of a portion of the sclera.

Surgical removal of the fibrous adhesions formed in chronic otitis media.


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