keratotomy keratotomy  /ˌkɛ rə ˈtɔ tə mi/


  • (n) surgical incision into the cornea


  1. But the most popular procedure is radial keratotomy, in which a series of fine spokelike incisions are made on the cornea to correct myopia.
  2. It was a big improvement over radial keratotomy, though the healing remained painful.
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