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Gil-vernet operation

Gil-vernet operation --> extended pyelotomy

(Science: procedure) extension of a standard pyelotomy into the lower pole infundibulum through the avascular plane between the posterior and basilar segmental renal arteries.

Synonym: gil-vernet operation.


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