chemopallidectomy


noun, plural che·mo·pal·li·dec·to·mies. Surgery.

  1. an operation for treating Parkinson’s disease and certain other diseases characterized by muscular rigidity, consisting of destroying a specific part of the corpus striatum by injecting it with a chemical, usually alcohol.

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