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giantism

 [ji´an-tizm]
2. excessive size, as of cells or nuclei.
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gi·gan·tism

(jī'gan-tizm, jī-gan'tizm),
A condition of abnormal size or overgrowth of the entire body or of any of its parts.
Synonym(s): giantism
[G. gigas, giant]
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giantism

(jī′ən-tĭz′əm)
n.
1. The quality or condition of being a giant.
2. See gigantism.
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giantism

Gigantism, see there.
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gi·gan·tism

(jī-gant'izm)
A condition of abnormal size or overgrowth of the entire body or of any of its parts.
Synonym(s): giantism.
[G. gigas, giant]
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