Etymology
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lithotomy (n.)

operation of cutting out a bladder stone, 1721; see litho- "stone" + -tomy "a cutting." Greek lithotomia meant "place where stone is cut; a quarry" (lithotomos is "stone-cutter").

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Definitions of lithotomy

lithotomy (n.)
surgical removal of a stone (calculus);
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