dystrophia


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dystrophia

 [dis-tro´fe-ah] (Gr.)
dystrophia adiposogenita´lis adiposogenital dystrophy.
dystrophia epithelia´lis cor´neae dystrophy of the corneal epithelium, with erosions.
dystrophia myoto´nica myotonic dystrophy.
dystrophia un´guium changes in the texture, structure, and/or color of the nails due to no demonstrable cause, but presumed by some to be attributable to some disturbance of nutrition.

dys·tro·phy

(dis'trō-fē),
Progressive changes that may result from defective nutrition of a tissue or organ.
Synonym(s): dystrophia
[dys- + G. trophē, nourishment]

dystrophia

/dys·tro·phia/ (-tro´fe-ah) [Gr.] dystrophy.
dystrophia adiposogenita´lis  adiposogenital dystrophy.
dystrophia epithelia´lis cor´neae  dystrophy of the corneal epithelium, with erosions.
dystrophia myoto´nica  myotonic dystrophy.
dystrophia un´guium  changes in the texture, structure, and/or color of the nails due to no demonstrable cause, but presumed to be attributable to some disturbance of nutrition.

dystrophia

See dystrophy.

dys·tro·phy

(dis'trŏ-fē)
Abnormal development or growth of a tissue or organ, usually resulting from nutritional deficiency.
Synonym(s): dystrophia.
[dys- + G. trophē, nourishment]

dys·tro·phy

, dystrophia (dis'trŏ-fē, dis-trōfē-ă)
Progressive changes that may result from defective nutrition of a tissue or organ.
[dys- + G. trophē, nourishment]

dystrophia

[Gr.] dystrophy.

dystrophia adiposogenitalis
see adiposogenital dystrophy.
dystrophia epithelialis corneae
dystrophy of the corneal epithelium, with erosions.
dystrophia ungulae
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