hemihypoplasia

hemihypoplasia

 [hem″e-hi″po-pla´zhah]
underdevelopment of one side of the body or of half of an organ or part.
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Hageman et al., propounded the terms cerebral hemihypoplasia or unilateral cerebral hypoplasia for the primary form since there is lack of cerebral growth rather than atrophy [4].