from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In surgery, incision of the gall-bladder, as for the purpose of removing gallstones.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Surg.) The operation of making an opening in the gall bladder, as for the removal of a gallstone.
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- noun surgery The
operationof making an openingin the gall bladder, as when removing a gallstone.
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So just go down and get get yerself a seat that will not give you a cholecystotomy, and suck it in as far as you can.
Gallenwegen (A hundred operations on the bile ducts): this improved earlier surgical treatment of gall stones and simplified them in the form of ideal cholecystotomy.