asoma

a·so·ma

, pl.

a·so·ma·ta

(ā-sō'mă, -sō'mă-tă),
A fetus with only a rudimentary body.
[G. a- priv. + sōma, body]

asoma

(ā″sō′mă) [ ¹an- + soma]
A deformed fetus with an imperfectly formed trunk and head.
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