trophoneurosis


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trophoneurosis

 [trof″o-noo͡-ro´sis]
any functional nervous disease due to failure of nutrition from defective nerve influence. adj., adj trophoneurot´ic.
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troph·o·neu·ro·sis

(trof'ō-nū-rō'sis),
A trophic disorder, such as atrophy, hypertrophy, or a skin eruption, occurring as a consequence of disease or injury of the nerves of the part.
[tropho- + G. neuron, nerve, + -osis, condition]
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troph·o·neu·ro·sis

(trō'fō-nūr-ō'sis)
A trophic disorder, such as atrophy, hypertrophy, or a skin eruption, occurring as a consequence of disease or injury of the nerves of the part.
[tropho- + G. neuron, nerve, + -osis, condition]
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troph·o·neu·ro·sis

(trō'fō-nūr-ō'sis)
A trophic disorder, such as atrophy, hypertrophy, or a skin eruption, occurring as a consequence of disease or injury of nerves of the body part.
[tropho- + G. neuron, nerve, + -osis, condition]
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