hemihypoplasia

hemihypoplasia

 [hem″e-hi″po-pla´zhah]
underdevelopment of one side of the body or of half of an organ or part.

hemihypoplasia

[-hī′pōplā′zhə]
Etymology: Gk, hemi + hypo, under, plassein, to form
partial or incomplete development of half of a specific organ or part or all of the organs and parts on one side of the body.

hemihypoplasia

underdevelopment of one side of the body or of half of an organ or part.
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propounded the terms cerebral hemihypoplasia or unilateral cerebral hypoplasia for the primary form since there is lack of cerebral growth rather than atrophy [4].