pygoamorphus

pygoamorphus

 [pi″go-ah-mor´fus]
asymmetrical conjoined twins, in which the parasite is an amorphous mass attached to the sacral region of the autosite.

py·go·a·mor·phus

(pī'gō-ă-mōr'fŭs),
Conjoined twins in which the parasite, attached to the buttocks of the autosite, is reduced to a formless mass or embryoma. See: conjoined twins.
[pygo- + G. a- priv. + morphē, form]

pygoamorphus

[pī′gō·əmôr′fəs]
Etymology: Gk, pyge, buttocks, a + morphe, not form
asymmetric, conjoined twins in which the parasitic member is represented by an undifferentiated amorphous mass attached to the autosite in the sacral region.

pygoamorphus

asymmetrical conjoined twins, in which the parasite is an amorphous mass attached to the sacral region of the autosite.