Glénard disease

Glénard disease

(gla-nar', -nard')
[Frantz Glénard, Fr. physician, 1848–1920]
The prolapse of one or more internal organs. Synonym: enteroptosis; splanchnoptosia
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Glénard,

F., French physician, 1848-1920.
Glénard disease - intraabdominal organ ptosis.
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