anisomelia

an·i·so·me·li·a

(an-i'sō-mē'lē-ă),
A condition of inequality between two paired limbs.
[aniso- + G. melos, limb]
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an·i·so·me·li·a

(an-ī'sō-mē'lē-ă)
A condition of inequality between two paired limbs.
[aniso- + G. melos, limb]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

anisomelia

(an″ī″sō-mēl′ē-ă) [ aniso- + ¹melo- + -ia]
A condition in which paired limbs are noticeably unequal.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Leg length discrepancy (LLD), known as anisomelia [1], is a condition described when both legs are noticeably unequal in the lower extremities.
Leg length discrepancy (LLD), also known as short leg syndrome, leg length deficiency, leg length insufficiency or anisomelia, is classified as either anatomical (also called structural) or functional.