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neurosarcocleisis neu·ro·sar·co·clei·sis (nur'ō-sär'kō-klī'sĭs, nyur'-)
Surgical procedure to relieve neuralgia in which a nerve traversing a wall of an osseous canal is transplanted into soft tissue.

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