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colostomy (s) (noun), colostomies (pl)
A surgical operation that creates an opening from the colon (section of the large intestine) to the surface of the body to function as an artificial excretory opening: "A colostomy is an artificial exit from the colon created to divert body wastes through a hole in the colon and through the wall of the abdomen."

"A colostomy is commonly performed by severing the colon and then attaching the end leading to the stomach to the skin, through the wall of the abdomen. At the exterior opening (stoma), a bag can be attached to receive bodily-waste removal."