ectrogeny

ectrogeny

 [ek-troj´ĕ-ne]
congenital absence or defect of a part. adj., adj ectrogen´ic.

ec·trog·e·ny

(ek-troj'ĕ-nē),
Congenital absence or defect of any bodily part.
[ectro- + G. -gen, producing]

ectrogeny

/ec·trog·e·ny/ (ek-troj´ĕ-ne) congenital absence or defect of a part.ectrogen´ic

ectrogeny

[ektroj′ənē]
Etymology: Gk, ektrosis + genein, to produce
the congenital absence or defect of any organ or part of the body. ectrogenic, adj.

ec·trog·e·ny

(ek-troj'ĕ-nē)
Congenital absence or defect of any body part.
[ectro- + G. -gen, producing]

ectrogeny

congenital absence or defect of a part.
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