Acrogeria

Acrogeria (also known as `Gottron`s syndrome`) is a cutaneous condition characterized by premature aging, more especially in the form of unusually fragile, thin skin on the hands and feet (distal extremities). The prefix `acro` stems from the Greek akros which alludes to `extremity, tip` while the suffix `geria` comes from the Greek ger├┤...
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acrogeria

acrogeria 1. Premature aging of the skin on the extremities (hands and feet) accompanied by wrinkling. 2. Congenital reduction or loss of subcutaneous fat and collagen of the hands and feet, giving the appearance of senility or premature aging.
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acrogeria

Congenital reduction or loss of subcutaneous fat and collagen of the hands and feet, giving the appearance of senility; the genetic evidence is ambiguous. ... Origin: acro-+ G. Geron, old ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acrogeria

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak-rō-jēr′ē-ă Definitions: 1. Reduction or loss of subcutaneous fat and collagen of the hands and feet, giving the appearance of premature aging.
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