apodia

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apodia

 [ah-po´de-ah]
congenital absence of one or both feet.

a·po·di·a

(ā-pō'dē-ă),
Congenital absence of feet.
Synonym(s): apody
[G. a- priv. + pous, foot]

a·po·di·a

(ā-pō'dē-ă)
Congenital absence of feet.
[G. a- priv. + pous, foot]

apodia

congenital absence of the feet.
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However, anurans collected from habitats with high agricultural contaminants exhibited severe limb deformities such as ectromely (missing limb), ectrodactyly (missing digit), polydactyly (extra digit), apody (missing foot) and polymely (extra limb; Ouellet et al.
The Coyotes will miss the services of leading scorer Jamie Apody, who suffered a dislocated shoulder and torn ligaments Friday in a season finale against Nordhoff.
A disarming experience: Calabasas guard Jamie Apody twice dislocated her left shoulder during a game against Frontier League rival Nordhoff last week.
Apody had not missed a game in four varsity seasons but will be out the rest of the season.
Score one for the girls: Senior Jamie Apody, who leads Calabasas in scoring with a 15.
The contest wasn't even close, with Apody walking away with a 15-0 victory.
Jamie Apody has a special spot in her bedroom where she keeps her awards.
Even my dad started calling me Norman," said Apody, now a senior.
Apody and senior forward Cathleen Curran are the only two players left from that club, and the only seniors on this year's team.