tetrabrachius

tetrabrachius

 [tet″rah-bra´ke-us]
a double fetus having four upper limbs.
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tet·ra·bra·chi·us

(tet'ră-brā'kē-ŭs),
A person with four upper limbs.
[tetra- + G. brachiōn, arm]
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tetrabrachius

(tĕt″ră-brā′kē-ŭs) [″ + brachion, arm]
A deformed fetus with four arms.
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