cephalomelus

cephalomelus

 [sef″ah-lom´ĕ-lus]
a fetus with an accessory limb growing from the head.
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ceph·a·lom·e·lus

(sef'ă-lom'ĕ-lŭs),
Malformed person with an accessory limb, resembling a leg or arm, growing from the head.
[cephalo- + G. melos, a limb]
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cephalomelus

An infant with an appendage (e.g., arm, leg) growing from the head.
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ceph·a·lom·e·lus

(sef'ă-lom'ĕ-lŭs)
Malformed person with an accessory limb, resembling a leg or arm, growing from the head.
[cephalo-, head + G. melos, a limb]
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