cleidocranial


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cleidocranial

 [kli″do-kra´ne-al]
pertaining to the clavicles and head.

clei·do·cra·ni·al

(klī'dō-krā'nē-ăl),
Relating to the clavicle and the cranium.
Synonym(s): clidocranial
[G. kleis, clavicle, + kranion, cranium]

clei·do·cra·ni·al

(klī'dō-krā'nē-ăl)
Relating to the clavicle and the cranium.
Synonym(s): clidocranial.
[G. kleis, clavicle, + kranion, cranium]
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Marie provided the first description of acromegaly, muscular atrophy type of Charcot-Marie (1886), pulmonary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy (1890); cerebellar heredotaxia (1893); cleidocranial dyssostosis (1897); and finally -rhizomelic spondylosis (1898) [17].
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