dactylolysis

dactylolysis

 [dak″tĭ-lol´i-sis]
1. surgical correction of syndactyly.
2. loss or amputation of a finger or toe.
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dac·ty·lol·ysis

(dak'ti-lol'i-sis)
Spontaneous loss of digits, seen in leprosy, ainhum, and in utero when hair firmly wraps around the finger or toe, resulting in an amputation.
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