anakhré

goun·dou

(gūn'dū),
A disease, endemic in West Africa, characterized by exostoses from the nasal processes of the maxillary bones, producing a symmetric swelling on each side of the nose; believed to be an osteitis connected with yaws.
[native name]

anakhré

[ah-nah-krā′]
Etymology: Fr, from native West African name
See goundou.