colotomy

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colotomy

[kə′läd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
Incision of the colon; may be abdominal, lateral, lumbar, or iliac, according to the region of entrance.
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The rhythmic density of each colotomic instrument is roughly proportional to its pitch.
The colotomic pattern is collapsed to a single line shown only once above the top line, but it is repeated for each line, except for the wela kempul stroke as noted above.
Nevertheless, looking at the pitches corresponding to the kempul and kenong strokes (the most important colotomic instruments) yields the distillation shown in Example 8.