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Relating to muscular atrophy.


Relating to muscular atrophy.


, amyotrophia (a?mi?o'tro-fe) (a?mi?o'tro'fe-a) [ ¹an- + myotrophy]
Muscular atrophy. amyotrophic (-trof'ik, -tro'fik), adjective

monomelic amyotrophy

Abbreviation: MMA
A pure movement disorder characterized by degeneration and death of motor neurons, resulting in atrophy of a limb, typically one arm.
Synonym: Hirayama syndrome

neuralgic amyotrophy

Idiopathic brachial plexopathy.

progressive spinal amyotrophia

Progressive muscular atrophy.
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