synchondroseotomy syn·chon·dro·se·ot·o·my (sĭn’kŏn-drō’sē-ŏt’ə-mē)
A procedure for cutting through a synchondrosis, especially cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and forcibly closing the arch of the pubes in the treatment of exstrophy of the bladder.
synchondrosis syn·chon·dro·sis (sĭng’kŏn-drō’sĭs, sĭn’-) n. pl. syn·chon·dro·ses (-sēz) A rigid union between two bones formed either by hyaline cartilage or by fibrocartilage. Also called synchondrodial joint.
synchondrotomy syn·chon·drot·o·my (sĭn’kŏn-drŏt’ə-mē) n. See symphysiotomy.
1. a combining form representing synchronized, or synchronous, in compound words: synchroscope; synchrotron. noun (pl) -chros 1. Also called selsyn. any of a number of electrical devices in which the angular position of a rotating part is transformed into a voltage, or vice versa 2. short for synchronized swimming combining form 1. indicating synchronization: synchroflash
[sing-kroh-sahy-kluh-tron, -sik-luh-] /ˌsɪŋ kroʊˈsaɪ kləˌtrɒn, -ˈsɪk lə-/ noun, Physics. 1. a type of cyclotron that synchronizes its accelerating voltage with particle velocity in order to compensate for the relativistic mass increase of the particle as it approaches the speed of light. synchrocyclotron /ˌsɪŋkrəʊˈsaɪkləˌtrɒn/ noun 1. a type of cyclotron in which the frequency of the […]