hemimelia

(from the article `malformation`) ...to this type of malformation. Besides malformed individuals with rudimentary limbs (phocomelus; having `seal-like limbs`), others have incomplete ... ...phocomelia (`seal extremity`) the upper part of the limb is extremely underdeveloped or missing, and the lower part is attached ...
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hemimelia

(hem″e-me┬┤le-ә) congenital absence of all or part of the distal half of a limb.
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hemimelia

hemimelia 1. A congenital abnormality (as total or partial absence) affecting only the distal half of a limb. 2. A developmental anomaly characterized by absence of all or part of the distal half of a limb. Related bodily-malformation word units: phocomel-; terato-, tera-. Related 'foo...
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hemimelia

Type: Term Pronunciation: hem′ē-mēl′ē-ă Definitions: 1. Congenital partial absence of a part of an extremity; for example, absence of the fibula and presence of the tibia.
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