excalation

ex·cal·a·tion

(eks'kă-lā'shŭn),
Absence, suppression, or failure of development of one of a series of structures, as of a digit or vertebra.
[G. ex, from, + chalaō, to abate, release]

excalation

/ex·ca·la·tion/ (eks″kah-la´shun) absence or exclusion of one member of a normal series, such as a vertebra.

ex·cal·a·tion

(eks'kă-lā'shŭn)
Absence, suppression, or failure of development of one of a series of structures, as of a digit or vertebra.
[G. ex, from, + chalaō, to abate, release]
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