Medical Dictionary


noun coun·ter·open·ing \ˈkau̇n-tər-ˌōp-(ə-)niŋ\

Medical Definition of counteropening

  1. :  an aperture on the opposite side or in a different place; specifically :  a surgical opening made opposite another to facilitate drainage (as of an abscess)

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